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#101 MamaSprout

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Posted 01 June 2017 - 10:18 AM

Flipped Math Classroom: http://www.flippedmath.com/

 

Full courses for Algebra 1- Calculus AB

Note taking packets with homework, addition "corrective" assignments and test and quiz "study sheets" with solutions that could be used as tests. Videos are download-able as MP4s if you don't have consistent internet access or don't want your students on the site with the answers.

 

Could someone look at and comment on the rigor? Glancing at Algebra 1, it looks solid to me. Possibly could use some additional practice problems from a textbook.

 


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#102 RootAnn

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Posted 01 June 2017 - 12:29 PM

Since Duke TIP took down their Jurgensen geometry materials, it would be good to note that Memoria Press put together some lesson plans and, apparently, a final, according to this post.

 

Also, I believe Homeschool Connections has both live & recorded geometry classes using Jurgensen.


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Posted 09 June 2017 - 10:38 AM

Flipped Math Classroom: http://www.flippedmath.com/

 

Full courses for Algebra 1- Calculus AB

Note taking packets with homework, addition "corrective" assignments and test and quiz "study sheets" with solutions that could be used as tests. Videos are download-able as MP4s if you don't have consistent internet access or don't want your students on the site with the answers.

 

Could someone look at and comment on the rigor? Glancing at Algebra 1, it looks solid to me. Possibly could use some additional practice problems from a textbook.

I took a quick look - rigor seems pretty good but it would be nice to move to the topics covered in Common-Core (not the teaching methodology) Algebra 1, Geo and Alg 2.   Flipped seems to be based on the older 2009 DoDEA standards which are now migrating to Common-Core.



#104 MamaSprout

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Posted 10 June 2017 - 05:43 AM

I took a quick look - rigor seems pretty good but it would be nice to move to the topics covered in Common-Core (not the teaching methodology) Algebra 1, Geo and Alg 2.   Flipped seems to be based on the older 2009 DoDEA standards which are now migrating to Common-Core.

 

Not really having much on functions, probability and statistics seem to be the main difference in the Algebra courses?

 

There is a short unit on probability in geometry, but there doesn't seem to be coordinate geometry, so that would need to be covered elsewhere if someone wanted to line up with common core (or use a cc textbook alongside it).

 

Regardless of someones thoughts on CC, I can see wanting to add some probability and statistics before precalc.
 



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Posted 17 June 2017 - 09:37 AM

ALGEBRA I

 

SAS Algebra 1 Course (free)

https://www.curricul...rtal/#info/1713

 

 



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Posted 09 July 2017 - 09:37 PM

Adding to post #82 - there are videos for this textbook here:

https://www.youtube....&view=1&sort=dd

 

They're nothing fancy - a TA with a marker and a board, but may be useful to some.


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