# Joan Kessler

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AP Calculus BC Calculus 2 Taylor and MacLaurin Polynomials - Taylor Series Infinite Series -Organizers, Guided Notes, plus Practice Problems with FULL SOLUTIONS Amaze your AP Calculus BC, and College Calculus 2 students with the visualization
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Quadratics Applications Task Cards plus Guided Notes for Algebra or PreCalculus This resource includes 16 real world problems whose models are quadratic equations. Students find maximums and minimums along with values that produce maximums and
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L'Hopital's Rule Indeterminate Forms Task Cards, Notes, Graphic Organizer This activity is designed for Calculus AB Calculus BC, and College Calculus 1 or 2 depending upon curriculum. L’Hopital’s is often part of the unit, Applications of the
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Statistics Odds and Probability. This product is designed for Algebra or Statistics. Who doesn't get odds and probabilities confused? This set of cards and guided notes should reinforce those skills so that student will understand the difference
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Calculus Polar Area Guided Notes plus Task or Station Cards This fun resource is designed for AP Calculus BC and College Calculus 2. It reinforces your lessons from the section in the Unit on Polar and Parametric Functions. In addition to being
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Taylor Series and Maclaurin Series practice for AP Calculus BC and College Calculus 2 with FULL SOLUTIONS Students practice generating a Taylor Series or Maclaurin series with 10 challenging problems one of which is also included as a completed
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Bundle of hand-written notes for Units 6 - 9 Calculus 2 or AP Calculus BC originally requested by one teacher as a custom bundle, but available for sale to all teachers. Units: ☑ Applications of Integration ☑ Techniques of Integration ☑ Infinite
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Trigonometry Finding the Area of Oblique Triangles SAS and Heron's Formula Your students will be engaged and ready to learn with all that is in this new resource. Included are Guided Notes on the SAS method and Heron's method for finding the area
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Calculus Differential Equations Euler's MethodThis lesson is designed for AP Calculus BC, College Calculus 2 and can be used in Differential Equations.Included are Guided Notes and examples which incorporate students using a table to determine
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Arc Length and Circular Motions for Precalculus and Trigonometry This lesson is from the unit Trigonometric Function in PreCalculus or Trigonometry Included in the Lesson: ✓ 4 pages of Guided Notes and Practice. A teacher's version is also
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Graphing and Properties of the Sine and Cosine Guided Notes, Graphic Organizer, Interactive Notebook Pages, Matching This new versatile and engaging resource will give you many options to teach graphing the Sine and Cosine Functions. Included
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Applications to Integration - Work- Guided Note and Problems set for Calculus 2 and AP Calculus BC This topic is found in Applications to Integrations usually following Volume of Revolution, Surface of Revolution and Arc Length. See links below
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching mathematics for over 30 years in High School and College. My subjects are Algebra through Calculus 3 along with Geometry, Trig, and Statistics. I have taught ALL the courses for which I post resources in my store. My lessons and activities come from experience. I teach in a dual enrollment program and in preparing my students for upper division college, I emphasize quality and hard work. Not to say we don't have a lot of fun in my classes, but I want them to consider these classes as higher education. My school is considered a bridge. My calculus classes, Calculus 1, 2, and 3 have been accepted for credit at MIT, where I had to submit exams, and class materials for approval.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Discovery with Technology, and activity-based learning with a bit of humor. I enjoy trying new techniques and sharing the ones that work. I strive to make math fun for my students and I love using hands on activities.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

National Board Certified Teacher, Teacher of the Year 2010. ICTCM Innovation in Technology in Education Award Certified "Teachers Teaching with Technology" Texas Instruments Calculator Instructor. I have spoken professionally at Mathematics Conferences worldwide including China and France about effective teaching of mathematics with Technology Enhancements.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS and MA in Mathematics plus over 24 graduate hours in Educational Technology.

I have taught in Rhode Island, Illinois, Florida and Online. I was the VP of Education for a Mathematics Software company for over two years. I am also an inventor with a patent and trademark.