MamaSprout 1,572 Posted June 1, 2017 Report Share Posted June 1, 2017 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. 1 Link to post Share on other sites

RootAnn 13,792 Posted June 1, 2017 Report Share Posted June 1, 2017 (edited) 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. Edited June 1, 2017 by RootAnn 3 Link to post Share on other sites

MarkT 1,538 Posted June 9, 2017 Report Share Posted June 9, 2017 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. Link to post Share on other sites

MamaSprout 1,572 Posted June 10, 2017 Report Share Posted June 10, 2017 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. Link to post Share on other sites

MarkT 1,538 Posted June 17, 2017 Report Share Posted June 17, 2017 ALGEBRA I SAS Algebra 1 Course (free) https://www.curriculumpathways.com/portal/#info/1713 1 Link to post Share on other sites

JanetC 4,189 Posted July 10, 2017 Report Share Posted July 10, 2017 Adding to post #82 - there are videos for this textbook here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3EadMDqZmJVJ2f43QSzIRQ/playlists?shelf_id=0&view=1&sort=dd They're nothing fancy - a TA with a marker and a board, but may be useful to some. 2 Link to post Share on other sites

myrobostation 0 Posted September 7, 2017 Report Share Posted September 7, 2017 I am interested in math curriculum. Math curriculum subjects are algebra involves finding patterns, balancing equations, and using graphs, lines, and arithmetic and it. I get more information from this post about the maths subject. Link to post Share on other sites

OneStepAtATime 52,889 Posted September 7, 2017 Report Share Posted September 7, 2017 I am interested in math curriculum. Math curriculum subjects are algebra involves finding patterns, balancing equations, and using graphs, lines, and arithmetic and it. I get more information from this post about the maths subject. Have you tried starting your own thread with specific questions? You might get more responses than just a quick post in this rather long thread. I don't have any good suggestions or I would try to help you. Good luck. 1 Link to post Share on other sites

riti 1 Posted September 12, 2017 Report Share Posted September 12, 2017 You can also download NCERT Books and there solutions as well. 1 Link to post Share on other sites

Saddlemomma 2,137 Posted September 12, 2017 Report Share Posted September 12, 2017 I haven't read through this whole thread, but has anyone recommended Mr. D. Math? He offers high school math from Pre-Algebra through Pre-Calc w/Trig. In addition, he has classes in: SAT and ACT Math Bootcamps 11-Week full Math summer intensives 6-week Life Skills 4 Teens I just enrolled my DD in the self-paced class for Algebra I. She's had a very rocky road with CLE Algebra in 8th, even with taking it slow, and is extremely frustrated and math phobic at this point. At first I was going to finish CLE during the first few months of this fall and proceed with Geometry. After her last quiz, I've decided to have her repeat Algebra completely. I want to make sure she has a firm foundation before going into Geometry and higher maths. At first I was happy with CLE, but the TM skipped several steps in the equations, and I actually found several errors in answers. Instead of repeating CLE, I went on the exhausting search for something with online instruction, but self-paced and gentle. Whatever program we chose needed to help DD build up her confidence with math. I narrowed it down to either TT or Mr. D. After researching a great deal, I found several negatives for TT, but absolutely no negatives for Mr. D. Today I had DD watch several of the sample videos. While she wasn't thrilled with having to do Algebra again, she told me she thinks Mr. D explains things better and she was willing to give it a go. Anyway, if this math course hasn't been mentioned, I just thought it may need to be added to the master list. Thanks! 3 Link to post Share on other sites

happybeachbum 129 Posted November 7, 2017 Report Share Posted November 7, 2017 Calculus for Beginners Link to post Share on other sites

MarkT 1,538 Posted November 20, 2017 Report Share Posted November 20, 2017 General Information: SIL text books: http://www.sileducation.org/math-courses http://www.sileducation.org/ WASC-Accredited school with UC-Approved coursework Link to post Share on other sites

kiana 11,476 Posted January 17, 2018 Report Share Posted January 17, 2018 Free textbooks in many subjects, including math: https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/ Most have reviews. It includes pre-algebra, elementary algebra, elementary geometry, intermediate algebra, college algebra, precalculus, calculus, multivariable calculus, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, finite mathematics, elementary statistics, math for liberal arts, differential equations, introduction to proofs, abstract algebra (one or two semesters), number theory, probability, combinatorics, college geometry (Euclidean plane one, the other one is HS), real analysis (one or two semesters), data structures and algorithms, linear regression/programming I will draw specific attention to: Math in Society, a Math for Liberal Arts class that would be an excellent 4th credit for a struggling or uninterested student, and do equally well for supplemental material for a bright younger student. Open Logic Project, rigorous but non-mathematical, aimed at students in the humanities. Advanced Problems in Mathematics, which looks like a collection of challenging problems that would be a fine supplement for any student eager for more. Intended to be for those taking examinations at Cambridge, so some problems may rely on A level material, which includes calculus. Algebra and Trigonometry, which is a college algebra/trig textbook that includes significant review in the first two chapters, ideal for someone who's forgotten a lot. Calculus for the Life Sciences I and II, which look ideal as a first exposure for someone more interested in those areas. Proofs and Concepts, designed for undergraduates but suitable for mathematically mature high school students as well. OpenIntro Statistics, a more advanced text that uses some calculus. 3 Link to post Share on other sites

MarkT 1,538 Posted January 28, 2018 Report Share Posted January 28, 2018 Linear Algebra open/free college text books: Linear Algebra http://joshua.smcvt.edu/linearalgebra/ http://linear.ups.edu/ https://www.math.ku....tes/LAnotes.pdf http://www.numbertheory.org/book/ http://www.math.miami.edu/~ec/book/ https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~linear/ https://www.math.bro.../LADW/LADW.html http://www.freebookc...ebra-Books.html https://ocw.mit.edu/...ra-spring-2010/ http://math.mit.edu/~gs/linearalgebra/ http://immersivemath.../ila/index.html "Applied" https://cnx.org/cont...ra-Introduction ======================================= OTHER A First Course in Complex Analysis http://math.sfsu.edu/beck/complex.html Open textbook Library https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/ Open Textbook Initiative https://aimath.org/textbooks/ SUNY's OER https://textbooks.opensuny.org/math/ http://www.opentextb...com/catalog.php http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/ Link to post Share on other sites

quark 8,756 Posted February 14, 2018 Author Report Share Posted February 14, 2018 Updated the Algebra II Dolciani section with some additional information thanks to MamaSprout! Here's what I added: Not too clear on edition/copyright year but this teacher offers detailed lesson plans/homework assignments for Structure and Method Book 2. You can watch corresponding youtube videos here. 4 Link to post Share on other sites

jones 14 Posted February 16, 2018 Report Share Posted February 16, 2018 Has anyone taken the Wilson Hill Geometry class that uses Jurgensen? I read elsewhere that Jurgensen is a very difficult geometry curriculum. It is also used by the John Hopkins gifted program and Duke Tips.There are three levels of proofs with level C being the hardest. Can anyone who is familiar with this course at Wilson Hill verify how many levels of proofs the class uses? We've been very pleased with the Algebra class there. But we're going to pass on Geometry if the proofs are too advanced. Link to post Share on other sites

RootAnn 13,792 Posted February 16, 2018 Report Share Posted February 16, 2018 A few Hive kids have used WHA's Geo program. If I remember correctly, there is some assigning of the level C problems. I can't find any of the posts that I know exist where this information is shared. (The Duke TIP program that used to be sold but isn't any longer doesn't assign the C problems at all!) If you want more information, the teacher of Geo at Wilson Hill is very approachable. Her email should be Lsmith @ wilson hill academy . com (remove all the spaces). There are videos (linked in this thread) for Jurgensen if you want to go it alone. MathInABox also uses Jurgensen. So does Memoria Press. 1 Link to post Share on other sites

jones 14 Posted February 16, 2018 Report Share Posted February 16, 2018 Thank you for the info, RootAnn. We're also considering Veritas Press for Geometry. I'd love to hear recommendations from those who have used this program. Why are there 2 levels, regular Geometry and Saxon Geometry? Saxon is supposed to be the easiest of the two. I'm unfamiliar with Jacobs, but my experience with Saxon has been positive. All of my kids have used it at some point and their test scores are very high in math, for both ACT and standardized testing. I was just surprised to see Saxon listed as the course for struggling math students. Link to post Share on other sites

taffnus 66 Posted February 18, 2018 Report Share Posted February 18, 2018 Has anyone taken the Wilson Hill Geometry class that uses Jurgensen? I read elsewhere that Jurgensen is a very difficult geometry curriculum. It is also used by the John Hopkins gifted program and Duke Tips.There are three levels of proofs with level C being the hardest. Can anyone who is familiar with this course at Wilson Hill verify how many levels of proofs the class uses? We've been very pleased with the Algebra class there. But we're going to pass on Geometry if the proofs are too advanced. My dd started out in WH Geometry this year. It's a challenging class, mainly because of the pace/online format (for us). It was dd's first online class and she wasn't prepared to jump in and work as diligently as necessary for that class. Homework assignments do include Level C problems. From our experience, half or so of the Practice Problems for each section were assigned for homework but usually two sections were to be completed per class (2x/wk). I like the book and wouldn't hesitate to use the book with a bright student. The online format (2 long 90-min classes 2x/wk) is what did my dd in. In a classroom setting (5 days/wk) with smaller bits presented each day would have suited her much better. We've learned a lot this year concerning learning style. 2 Link to post Share on other sites

faithmom 22 Posted March 19, 2019 Report Share Posted March 19, 2019 Bumping this so that others may find math curriculum. Link to post Share on other sites

Brigid in NC 202 Posted March 20, 2019 Report Share Posted March 20, 2019 (edited) With permission from Quark, I'm adding Blue Tent Online math classes to this pinned resource For families in California, Blue Tent math classes are a-g approved if taken through several homeschool charters listed on this FAQ page. The Blue Tent OnLoan program offers students the option to borrow their textbook free for the year. BLUE TENT ONLINE - ALGEBRA 1 Textbook: Elementary Algebra by Ron Larson. Ebook (hard copy option) offers embedded videos and demonstrations throughout. Online Class: Yes. Online live classes. A Moodle classroom, ZOOM, and WebAssign. Full-year class with live instruction 2x/week (classes are also recorded for asynchronous viewing). Class description here. Resources, objectives, and demo video here. Where to buy: Register at Blue Tent Online. Teacher Guide/Additional Materials: WebAssign; Desmos.com; Blue Tent OnLoan BLUE TENT ONLINE - ALGEBRA 2 Textbook: Intermediate Algebra by Ron Larson. Ebook (hard copy option). Ebook offers embedded videos and demonstrations throughout. Online Class: Yes. Online live classes. A Moodle classroom, ZOOM, and WebAssign. Full-year class with live instruction 2x/week (classes are also recorded for asynchronous viewing). Class description here. Resources, objectives, and demo video here. Where to buy: Register at Blue Tent Online. Teacher Guide/Additional Materials: WebAssign; Desmos.com; Blue Tent OnLoan BLUE TENT ONLINE - GEOMETRY Textbook: Glencoe Geometry Online Class: Yes. Online live classes. A Moodle classroom, ZOOM, and WebAssign. Full-year class with live instruction 2x/week (classes are also recorded for asynchronous viewing). Class description here. Resources, objectives, and demo video here. Where to buy: Register at Blue Tent Online. Teacher Guide/Additional Materials: WebAssign; Geometer's Sketchpad; Desmos.com; Blue Tent OnLoan BLUE TENT ONLINE - PRECALCULUS Textbook: Precalculus Functions and Graphs: A Graphing Approach, 5th edition, by Ron Larson. Ebook offers embedded videos and demonstrations throughout. Online Class: Yes. Online live classes. A Moodle classroom, ZOOM, and WebAssign. Full-year class with live instruction 2x/week (classes are also recorded for asynchronous viewing). Class description here. Resources, objectives, and demo video here. Where to buy: Register at Blue Tent Online. Teacher Guide/Additional Materials: WebAssign; Geometer's Sketchpad; Desmos.com; Blue Tent OnLoan BLUE TENT ONLINE - AP CALCULUS AB Textbook: Calculus for AP by Ron Larson. Ebook with hard copy option. Ebook offers embedded videos and demonstrations throughout. Online Class: Yes. Online live classes. A Moodle classroom, ZOOM, and WebAssign. Full-year class with live instruction 2x/week (classes are also recorded for asynchronous viewing). Class description here. Resources, objectives, and demo video here. Where to buy: Register at Blue Tent Online. Teacher Guide/Additional Materials: WebAssign and other interactive resources; Blue Tent OnLoan BLUE TENT ONLINE - AP CALCULUS BC Textbook: Calculus for AP by Ron Larson. Ebook with hard copy option. Ebook offers embedded videos and demonstrations throughout. Online Class: Yes. Online live classes. A Moodle classroom, ZOOM, and WebAssign. Full-year class with live instruction 2x/week (classes are also recorded for asynchronous viewing). Class description here. Resources, objectives, and demo video here. Where to buy: Register at Blue Tent Online. Teacher Guide/Additional Materials: WebAssign and other interactive resources; Dr. Chung’s AP Calculus BC; Blue Tent OnLoan Edited July 10, 2019 by Brigid in NC Edited at the top to add a-g approval through some homeschool charters. 1 Link to post Share on other sites

kiana 11,476 Posted October 18, 2019 Report Share Posted October 18, 2019 I haven't seen these recommended before, and I only stumbled on to them. I'm using MyOpenMath in a class this semester -- it's a free online learning system. They also have self-study courses available for pre-algebra up through pre-calculus, linked here: https://www.myopenmath.com/info/selfstudy.php There are two options for trigonometry -- the CK-12 text teaches with right triangles first, the other with unit circle first. Link to post Share on other sites

ellisael 4 Posted December 17, 2019 Report Share Posted December 17, 2019 These seem like such great resources. I am especially hopeful to find some worksheet that i can use for my kids. Now that i have abundantly received from this thread and other threads on this forum- i'd also like to share something that i do with my homeschooled students from my community. When i give them homework to do at home, I often give them different ways to solve the advanced problems and also tell them about the possibility of using archives on sites like Bartleby to take help of experts, i have noted that when i share the idea that it is alright to ask for help, they obviously become more error-free because the pressure to get it right all the time is gone. Let me know if you try that 🙂 Link to post Share on other sites

cintinative 4,296 Posted Sunday at 06:11 PM Report Share Posted Sunday at 06:11 PM This does not appear to be overtly about Jurgensen but the topics seem to sort of line up. FYI. https://www.youtube.com/user/MrHammysMathClass/playlists I watched the video for Section 8.1. He doesn't go over the proofs, or explain the corrolaries, but he does explain the geometric mean in a way I found very helpful. So perhaps where askmrh's videos are not enough, you could try this youtube channel? Also, I own Duke TIP and unfortunately at least the one I have does not allow you to skip around. You either start from the beginning or you don't do it at all. I wanted to watch a video for a section in Chapter 6 and it wouldn't let me. Link to post Share on other sites

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