• Jessica Oberg                                    Math teacher reading a bookl

    AP Calculus and Statistics

    East View High School

    Phone: 943-1800 x.8056
    Email: ObergJ@georgetownisd.org                                                                  GO PATRIOTS!!

     

     Welcome to my home page! 

    My Education & Teaching Background

    I graduated from Central Connecticut State University with a BS in mathematics education in 2002.  I have been teaching math for 15 years, 14 of those years here at East View. I had taught for one year in Connecticut before I decided to make Texas my new home.  I am excited to be teaching Calculus and Statistics this year.  Looking forward to a great year!
     

    Schedule and Google Classroom Codes 

    Period

    Class

    Time

    Google Classroom code

    AP Classroom Join Codes

    1AB

    Conference

    8:45 – 9:30

     

     

    2A

    AB Calculus

    9:35 – 10:57

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    Pride Time

    Pride Time

    10:57 - 11:37

     

     

    3A

    BC Calculus

    11:42 – 1:38

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    4A

    AB Calculus

    1:43 – 3:05

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    5B

    Statistics

    9:35 – 10:57

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    Pride Time

    Pride Time

    10:57 - 11:37

     

     

    6B

    Statistics

    11:42 – 1:38

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    7B

    Conference

    1:43 – 3:05

     

     

    8AB

    Statistics

    3:10 – 3:55

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    AP Calculus

    AP courses in calculus consist of a full high school academic year of work and are comparable to calculus course in colleges and universities.  Students who take an AP calculus course should do so with the intention of placing out of a comparable college calculus course.  This may be done through the AP Exam, a college placement exam, or any other method employed by the college.  Visit www.collegeboard.org/ap/creditpolicy to view AP credit and placement policies at more than 1,000 colleges and universities.
     

    Requirements:

    Before studying calculus, students should have completed Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 and Pre-Cal.  Students should have a solid understanding of linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric and piece wise functions.  Students must be familiar with the properties, the graphs and the language of these functions.
     
    Since students are expected to bring their own calculator the the AP exam, a graphing calculator will be required for this class.  A graphing calculator should be able to plot the graph of a function, find the zeros of a function, numerically calculate the derivative of a function and numerically calculate the value of a definite integral.  Computers, electronic writing pads, pocket organizers, non graphing scientific calculators, calculators with QWERTY keypads, touch screen capability , talking or noise making calculators, and ability to access internet are NOT allowed.  My calculator recommendation is the TI - 84 plus, the TI - 84 plus silver edition or the TI - 89. 
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Course Information (including a supply list)

    AP Calculus AB course information
     
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