AR AIMS AP Calculus Newsletter
Volume 1, Issue 7
AR AIMS Math Digital Learning Site
I hope you all are home and well like myself and my family. I'm going a little stir crazy but I am enjoying my work and walks around the neighborhood.
I have been working on our new AR AIMS Math Digital Learning Site daily - you can find it at the following link:
Bookmark the link and check it often! Also feel free to share it with other teachers. The site is open to anyone with the link.
Here are some of the resources available on the site:
- Links to Zoom Videos recorded from the NMSI (National Math and Science Initiative) materials in 2018-2019. There are review videos on all topics. The videos do include multiple choice problems, but if you are assigning these to your students you could have them skip these if you would like, since the new exam format will only include Free Response Questions
- Links to new videos (recorded by me!) that include both content and AP Review for Calculus (AB and BC) and AP Statistics. I am recording several new videos each week and uploading them to the site as soon as they are complete.
- Links to the AP Calculus AB/BC and AP Statistics Videos from College Board. The presenters are some of the best in the country and the videos are great resources. I will update this page as soon as new videos are posted to the YouTube Channel.
- Online Resources for courses from Grade 6 - Pre-Calculus
Please let me know if you need help with any of these resources!
Save the Date - Fall 2-Day Workshop October 5th and 6th
Registration will begin late this summer!
Advance Kentucky AP Review Sessions
Advance Kentucky is offering live AP Review Sessions and offering them to anyone with the link. Check out their schedule! (Videos will be available after the session as well).
AP Calculus Review Session from Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments has released videos for the free response questions from the 2017-2019 exams and they are very in depth! There are even videos on how the questions are scored. They are a great resource!
Free Online Textbooks for Teachers and Students
Redshelf is offering free access to it's online textbook library for the remainder of the school year. There is no code, students and teachers can just create an account for free. Here is the link: