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A Letter from Teachers to Parents

John D. Mays

Teachers need for their parents to be on board with mastery learning. Perhaps this is their first time with such a method. Without a basic understanding of the new paradigm, parents may only perceive that their child’s science class is a lot hard than in the past. But once they grasp the reason for the Read More…

A Letter from Teachers to Parents

Errata

Like death and taxes, errors in books are a certainty, no matter how closely you edit. This document contains corrections to known errors to date in all textbooks.

Errata

Favorite Experiments in Physics and Physical Science: Materials List

This document contains a Materials List for the 11 experiments included in Favorite Experiments in Physics and Physical Science.

Favorite Experiments in Physics and Physical Science: Materials List

Protected: Favorite Experiments: Student Instructions

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Protected: Favorite Experiments: Student Instructions

Preparing Scientific Graphs on a Mac in Pages

John D. Mays

For students who have Macs without Microsoft Excel, you can prepare your graphs in Pages with the built-in Charts tool. Pages can make a great looking graph, and the specific features of the graph are easier to set than they are in Excel.

Preparing Scientific Graphs on a Mac in Pages

Recommended Science and Math Sequence

We frequently get asked if we have a recommended sequence for science courses that corresponds to our textbook publication, as well as which math class best suits each science class.

Variable Re-expression Exercises and Solutions

John D. Mays

The ability to express one variable in terms of another is a critical skill for students to apprehend. This document provides several representative problems and how to work out the solutions.

Variable Re-expression Exercises and Solutions

Why Math Works: Answering Eugene Wigner, et al.

Published in the Winter 2012 volume of Classis: The Quarterly Journal of the Association of Classical and Christian Schools. The fact that mathematics, an abstract construct purely inside the human brain, is able to model the real world is a mystery bordering on the miraculous.

Why Math Works: Answering Eugene Wigner, et al.