Since we didn't get a chance to hang a poster in the classroom this year, I thought I'd put it right on the homepage! I love the theme and it looks fantastic!

## What's here?

I’ve spent a lot of time writing notes for the courses that I teach. In the past year I’ve also spent a ton of time making videos of me working my way through the notes. My goal is to make the videos as close to being in class as possible--I ask myself questions and answer them; I sometimes go off on tangents; I try to tie things together as much as possible. The notes are broken into four sets.

Math Reasoning

The prerequisite for this course was Algebra 1. It’s designed for students who will go on to take Honors Algebra 2 but need just a little more practice. If you can do everything in this course you will crush it in Algebra 2! I have not recorded videos for these notes yet...not sure about the demand for those since the course doesn’t exist any more...

Math Analysis

This is an honors level Pre-Calculus course. The course is supposed to prepare students for Calculus I, Calculus II, and Calculus III, no matter what those courses are called when you take them (students would be very well prepared to take either AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC) after successfully completing this course. There are videos for virtually all of these notes--but not Notes 13...yet?

AP Calculus AB

These notes cover all of the material in the College Board’s AP Calculus AB course. Students who can work their way through these notes with a high level of understanding will be totally ready for the AP Calculus exam and for courses in the future. There are videos for virtually all of these notes--but I’ve never written Notes 11, so yeah...

Calculus CD

These notes cover the remainder of AP Calculus BC and then the vast majority of a multivariable and vector calculus. We just don’t have time in the school year to get to the end of Calc III, so we don’t do surface integrals or Stoke’s Theorem. All of the videos for Calc C are done (so you can learn all of AP Calculus BC from the notes and videos), but I haven’t gotten to making videos for the notes for Calc D (multivariable & vector calculus) just yet.

If you can understand all of the math covered in these notes then you are well set up to do anything you want in any STEM field!

Hope you find them helpful!

~Turk

Math Reasoning

The prerequisite for this course was Algebra 1. It’s designed for students who will go on to take Honors Algebra 2 but need just a little more practice. If you can do everything in this course you will crush it in Algebra 2! I have not recorded videos for these notes yet...not sure about the demand for those since the course doesn’t exist any more...

Math Analysis

This is an honors level Pre-Calculus course. The course is supposed to prepare students for Calculus I, Calculus II, and Calculus III, no matter what those courses are called when you take them (students would be very well prepared to take either AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC) after successfully completing this course. There are videos for virtually all of these notes--but not Notes 13...yet?

AP Calculus AB

These notes cover all of the material in the College Board’s AP Calculus AB course. Students who can work their way through these notes with a high level of understanding will be totally ready for the AP Calculus exam and for courses in the future. There are videos for virtually all of these notes--but I’ve never written Notes 11, so yeah...

Calculus CD

These notes cover the remainder of AP Calculus BC and then the vast majority of a multivariable and vector calculus. We just don’t have time in the school year to get to the end of Calc III, so we don’t do surface integrals or Stoke’s Theorem. All of the videos for Calc C are done (so you can learn all of AP Calculus BC from the notes and videos), but I haven’t gotten to making videos for the notes for Calc D (multivariable & vector calculus) just yet.

If you can understand all of the math covered in these notes then you are well set up to do anything you want in any STEM field!

Hope you find them helpful!

~Turk