My "Interactive Notebook" which I call a Little Black Book (because it is a black marbled composition book) is predominantly a concise discussion of properties with examples to review for the chapter test. Sometimes there are even fun things such as my foldables or graph paper post-it note explorations.
This resource includes the table of contents for my 2nd chapter on Derivatives which I give the students on the first day of the unit. There are actually two lists, Ch. 2A and Ch. 2B, because I have two major tests on this chapter. Because I teach from Larsen's Calculus textbook, transcendentals are taught in a later chapter, but I uploaded the table of contents in WORD so you can edit it to fit your needs.
The directions for starting a Little Black Book and the table of contents for the chapter on limits are in the free resource Calculus Interactive Notebook 1: Limits."
Don't try to do it all the first year. Have fun and grow your own Little Black Book!
See other tables of contents:
Calculus Interactive Notebook 1: Limits
Calculus Interactive Notebook 3: Curve Sketching
Calculus Foldable 2-1: 3 Definitions of Derivatives
Calculus Foldable 2-2: 3 Reasons Derivatives Do Not Exist
Calculus Foldable 2-3: Simple Derivatives