Cabertmom Posted January 24, 2011 Share Posted January 24, 2011 I have been debating (and posting) about geometry for next year, and I'm now leaning toward Teaching Textbooks, but I do have a question. It sounds like lots of kids end up just using the book and not using the video portion. If the textbook has the same examples and it's just a question of format, I would see that likely being the case for my kids. Is that in fact correct--that the video examples are the same as those presented in the book? Second question: The video part that I think would be really helpful if I'm understanding this correctly is the step-by-step solutions DVD, where they can go through a problem that they missed and figure out exactly where they went wrong. Is there any way of getting just the solutions DVD without paying for the whole video course? Or is there a print version of the step-by-step solutions? Thanks a bunch. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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