## Mrs. Mary Ann Robertson « Teacher Connection / Documents / Calendar

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# All DE students - Please check your Canvas account for information about your class. I have posted new announcements, "Pages" and "Files" that contain learning videos and notes.

### For the Fall semester of 2019 I will be teaching the following classes:

**College Algebra MAC 1105** - 3 hours credit. College Algebra is taught using the Emporium Model (see the description below). Students will be doing their work online with limited instruction. Students are expected the read the material and complete all assignments on time. If help is needed, I am available in class and after school. Students are expected to follow the assignment schedule in their syllabus and stay abreast of all assignments. **No Cell phone use during class unless approved by Mrs. Robertson!**

**Precalculus MAC 1140 **- 4 hours credit. Precalculus is taught as a more traditional class with possibly some online components (mainly homework). Students are expected to read the text, take notes in class and complete homework assignments in a timely manner and be prepared for quizzes and tests. I am available after school for extra help if needed. **No Cell phone use during class unless approved by Mrs. Robertson!**

**Calculus II MAC 2312** - 4 hours college credit. College Calculus II is taught as a more traditional class with possibly some online components. Students are expected to read the text, take notes in class and complete homework assignments in a timely manner and be prepared for quizzes and tests. I am available after school for help if needed. **No Cell phone use during class unless approved by Mrs. Robertson!**

**For the Spring Semester 2020 I will be teaching the following classes:**

**Trigonometry MAC 1114** - 3 hours college credit. Trigonometry is taught as a more traditional class with some online components (mainly homework). Students are expected to read the text, take notes in class and complete homework assignments in a timely manner and be prepared for quizzes and tests. O am available after school for extra help if needed. **No Cell phone use during class unless approved by Mrs. Robertson!**

**Calculus I MAC 2311** - 4 hours college credit. College Calculus I is taught as a more traditional class with possibly some online components. Students are expected to read the text, take notes in class and complete homework assignments in a timely manner and be prepared for quizzes and tests. I am available after school for help if needed. **No Cell phone use during class unless approved by Mrs. Robertson!**

**Calculus III MAC 2313 -** College Calculus III is taught as a more traditional class with possibly some online components. Students are expected to read the text, take notes in class and complete homework assignments in a timely manner and be prepared for quizzes and tests. I am available after school for help if needed. ** ****No Cell phone use during class unless approved by Mrs. Robertson!**

- Topics

- Websites for extra help www.khanacademy.org and www.mysecretmathtutor.com. Professor Leonard on YouTube has many topics that can be of help in college math classes.
- I am available most afternoons after school for extra help. Please see me to schedule a time.
- Please see:
*"Note-taking Strategies"*document below for suggestions on how to improve notetaking skills.

**The Emporium Model - Used in MAC 1105 College Algebra**

The emporium model of blended learning replaces most traditional face-to-face class lectures with collaborative, activity-based work done in a learning resource center or a shared student learning space (classroom) where students access the online course materials. Our classroom offers lots of connectivity–Chromebooks, wireless connections, easy access to online course materials, flexible desk positioning, etc.–and fosters individual and collaborative learning in its design. In transplanting the class meetings to this type of space, the emporium model’s learning goals include:

- Encouraging independent student work (often with either instructor or other in-person support available in the emporium learning space (classroom))
- Allowing flexibility of learning time: The learning process can be more fluid and allow for multiple learning times; in class, before school, after school, and at home.
- Fostering collaboration and activity-based learning among students
- Making better use of shared spaces to enhance student learning and to rethink the efficacy of the traditional lecture-style course

**Updated: 03/30/2020**

Contact: Mary.Robertson@tvcs.org

*PDF documents*

10.1 Curves Defined by Parametric Equations - Calc II

10.2 Calculus with Parametric Curves - Calc II

10.3 Polar Coordinates - Calc II

10.4 Areas and Lengths in Polar Coordinates - Calc II

12.2 Vectors - Calc III

12.3 The Dot Product - Calc III

12.4 Cross Product - Calc III

12.5 Planes and Lines - Calc III

12.6 Quadric Surfaces - Calc III

13 2D Curves - Calc III

13 More About Motion - Calc III

13.1 Curves - Calc III

13.2 Derivatives and Integrals of Vectors - Calc III

13.3.1 Arc Length - Calc III

13.3.2. Curvature - Calc III

13.3.3 Normal and Binormal Vectors - Calc III

14.2 Limits and Continuity - Calc III

14.3 Derivatives of Implicit Functions - Calc III

14.3 Derivatives Part One - Calc III

14.3 Derivatives Part Two - Calc III

14.4.1 Tangent Plane, Linearization & Differential - Calc III

14.4.2 Tangent Hyper-Plane - Calc III

14.5 Chain Rule - Calc III

14.6 Part 1 The Gradient - Calc III

14.6.1 Gradient Applications - Calc III

14.7 Absolute Extreme Vlaue Theorem - Calc III

15.1 - 15.2 Double Integrals - Calc III

15.3.1 Polar Coordinates - Calc III

15.3.2 Polar Geometry & Double Integrals - Calc III

15.6 Triple Integrals - Calc III

15.7 Triple Integrals Cylindrical Coordinates - Calc III

15.8 Triple Integrals Spherical Coordinates - Calc III

15.9 Transformations of Integrals - Calc III

16.1 Vector Fields - Calc III

16.2 Line Integrals - Calc III

16.3 The Fundamental Theorem for Line Integrals - Calc III

2.1 Tangent and Velocity Problems - Calc I

2.2 The Limit of a Function - Calc I

2.3 Limit Laws - Calc I

2.4 The Precise Definition of a Limit - Calc I

2.5 Continuity - Calc I

2.6 Limits at Infinity - Calc I

2.7 Derivatives and Rates of Change - Calc I

2.8 The Derivative as a Function - Calc I

3.1 Derivatives of Polynomials & Exponentials - Calc I

3.10 Linear Approximations & Differentials - Calc I

3.2 The Product and Quotient Rules - Calc I

3.3 Derivatives of Trig Functions - Calc I

3.4 The Chain Rule - Calc I

3.5 Implicit Differentiation - Calc I

3.6 Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions - Calc I

3.7 Rates of Change in Natural/Social Sciences - Calc I

3.8 Exponential Growth & Decay - Calc I

3.9 Related Rates - Calc I

4.1 Maximum and Minimum Values - Calc I

4.2 The Mean Value Theroem - Calc I

4.3 How Derivatives Affect the Shape of a Graph - Calc I

4.4 Indeterminate Forms and L'Hospital's Rule - Calc I

4.5 Summary of Curve Sketching - Calc I

4.7 Optimization - Calc I

4.9 Antiderivatives - Calc I

5.1 Areas and Distances - Calc I

5.2 The Definite Integral - Calc I

5.3 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus - Calc I

5.4 Indefinite Integrals & Net Change Theorem - Calc I

5.5 The Substitution Rule for Integration - Calc I

6.1 Area Between Curves - Calc II

6.2 Volumes - Calc II

6.3 Volumes by Cylindrical Shells - Calc II

6.5 Average Value of a Function - Calc II

7.1 Integration by Parts - Calc II

7.2 Trigonometric Integration - Calc II

7.3 Trigonometric Substitution - Calc II

7.4 Integration of Rational F(x)s by Partial Fracs - Calc II

7.5 Strategies for Integraion - Calc II

7.6 Integration Using Tables and CAS - Calc II

7.7 Approximate Integration - Calc II

7.8 Improper Integrals - Calc II

8.1 Arc Length - Calc II

8.2 Area of a Surface of Revolution - Calc II

a 2.1 Average Rate of Change - Precalculus

a 2.1 Complex Fractions - Precalculus

a 2.3 Transformations - Precalculus

a 3.1 Additional HW Max/Min - Precalculus

a 3.1 Quadratic Functions - Precalculus

a 3.2 3.3 Important Theorems - Precalculus

a 3.3 Zeros of Polynomial Functions - Precalculus

a 3.5 Polynomial Functions - Precalculus

a 3.6 Finding Asymptotes - Precalculus

a 3.6 Graphing Rational Functions - Precalculus

a 3.6 Rational Functions Horiz Asymp - Precalculus

Calc I Practice Test #1 SOLUTIONS - CalcI

Calc I Practice Test #2 SOLUTIONS - Calc I

Calc II Final Exam Review SOLUTIONS - Calc II

Calc II Practice Test #2 SOLUTIONS - Calc II

Calc II Practice Test #4 SOLUTIONS - Calc II

Calc II Test #3 Study Guide SOLTUIONS - Calc II

Calc III Practice Test #1 SOLUTIONS - Calc III

Calc III Practice Test #2 SOLUTIONS - Calc III

Ch 3 Practice Test #2 SOLUTIONS - Precalc

Ch 4 Worksheets SOLUTIONS - Precalculus

Ch. 4 Practice Test SOLUTIONS - Precalculus

Chapter 2 Practice Test SOLUTIONS - Precalculus

Chapter 4 Practice Test - Calc I

Classroom Management Plan - All DE Math Courses

College Alg. Final Exam Review SOLUTIONS - College Algebra

Cramer's Rule for 2X2 - Precalculus

Dual-Enrollment Supply List - College Alg, Trig., Precal., Calc. I, II & III

Learning Center Support for LSSC - How to access virtual tutoring through LSSC

MAC 1105 College Algebra - Syllabus Fall 2019

MAC 1114 Trig Syllabus Spring 2020 - Trigonometry

MAC 1140 Precalculus - Syllabus Fall 2019

MAC 2311 Calc I Syllabus Spring 2020 - Calc I

MAC 2312 Calc II - Syllabus Fall 2019 (updated)

MAC 2313 Calc III Syllabus Spring 2020 - Calc III

Module 1 Practice Test SOLUTIONS - College Alg.

Module 3 Practice Test SOLUTIONS - College Alg

Module 4 Practice Test SOLUTIONS - College Alg.

Module 5 Practice Test SOLUTIONS - College Algebra

Note-taking Strategies - 6 Powerful Note-taking Strategies

Precal Final Exam Review - Precalculus

Precal Final Exam Review SOLUTIONS - Precalculus

Precalculus Practice Test #5 SOLUTIONS - Precalculus

Suggested Homework - Calc II

Suggested Homework - Calc III

Trig Practice Test #1 SOLUTIONS - Trigonometry

Trig Practice Test #2 SOLUTIONS - Trigonometry

Trig Practice Test 6.3, 6.4, 6.6 - Trigonometry

Trig Test 6.3, 6.4, 6.6 SOLUTIONS - Trigonometry

Two & Three Dimensional Geometry - Calc III

Vector Addition Tip to Tail - Calc III

Vector Operations in 2D - Calc III