I have been teaching mathematics and leading teams of teachers for many years. Currently, my day job is a very fullfilling one. I work at Ryerson University in Toronto as the Math Support Coordinator designing and analyzing support for students to improve their chances of success in university level math and math-related courses. I am a published author of the AP Calculus AB Textbook. You can find out more about me and/or the book at the publisher's website. Class sets of the Advanced Placement Calculus AB Textbook can be purchased directly from me by contacting me via e mail here for favorable pricing. I am now working to support mathematics education. It is really important that teachers have access to good advice and resources for teaching mathematics. Teachers may feel free to ask for a solution to a difficult problem or to ask for more examples to better illustrate a concept. Department heads or administrators can arrange with me to conduct workshops with their mathematics teachers in course development and team building from middle school mathematics to AP Calculus. Arrangements for any of these options can be made directly with me by contacting me by e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Full PDF version of the entire AP Calculus Textbook can be downloaded as follows:
Instructions for Downloading a PDF version e-copy of the entire Advanced Placement Calculus Textbook 1. Pay using paypal or credit card using the link shown. 2. e mail me to obtain the password and username information. 3. click here and enter the required info to download the e-book. Should you wish to order class sets of printed books please contact me directly so I can give you the best possible pricing or use the Trafford websiteto order individual copies.
Posted below are sample chapters for specific topics, which may be of assistance to students and teachers alike. The chapters are aimed at seniors in high school, 1st year university students, and teachers. Included are selected chapters my Calculus textbook and an Introduction to Vectors- Linear Algebra. These are all free resources available to teachers and students. Should you wish to purchase the entire Calculus textbook, it is available by clicking here. Special credit is given to Roger Allen, my co-author and the person who created many of these materials.
New Great Full Text IB Standard Level Mathematics
Posted to the right is a full text I found recently. It is free for use by teachers and students. It is long, but it has amazing resources including investigations, problem sets and sample assessments. I am so impressed. Although written for IB Standard Level Mathematics, it is a great resource for Pre-Calculus, Calculus and Stats courses alike. You won't want to print the whole thing as it is close to 1000 pages. But it comes with full answers!
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Free Calculus complete chapter resources to download
For those of you interested in obtaining a sample chapter of my Calculus Textbook, take a look at the table of contents to the right. If there is a chapter you need for review and it is not already available for download, just e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would be happy to send it to you directly.