"> Integral Calculus

Integral Calculus

taught by Yves Simon

Course description

This course is designed for the learner to learn the materials by watching videos and doing the lesson assignments. There are different ways of taking this course (see below on price of the course). I am giving you a process to learn a subject that many people find difficult. Once you master it you shouldn't have any problems. My goal is for the learner to master the content of the course. In either way you decide to take this course I can help several learners to set up discussions in New Directions Education Services Google Facebook page in order to learn as a group. You can subscribe to this page to learn interesting content. The course is designed to learn the materials by doing four types of activities:

1) Watching the videos

2) Reading the lessons and learning the content

3) Doing the examples of problems solved in each lesson

4) Doing the exercises non-solved

 The student will have to watch one or more videos and complete the assignments for each of the lessons. Answers will be provided for exercises to be solved. It is recommended that the students read the materials related to each lesson, learn the definitions, rules and other types of theories and apply these to solve problems. Each example should be done by the student even though it is solved on the material as a model. The student should first look at the examples, master the process of solving them and do it by himself without looking at the model or example. For each lesson the student has to complete the non-solved exercises. Once the student finishes the solution of these exercises he/she can compare his/her own answers to the answers/provided. Students can send any questions related to the course by reaching the instructor via his website New Direction Education Services at www.ndes.wikidot.com

Price of the course

The price of the course depends on the way you decide to take it. The course is delivered in three ways.

1) Independent learning

You buy the course for a one-time fee of $600.00. You learn the entire course by yourself at your own pace. You make your own schedule and you decide on which part of the course you are going to learn each day. During this journey you are not alone as I'll be available to answer by email any questions you may have.

2) Private coaching face-to-face or online

If after buying the course you decide to be tutored on the content this can be done at $25.00 per hour. My regular rate is $50.00 per hour. We can have weekly sessions of 2 hours. If you decide to do so you can contact the instructor Yves Simon by email at y.ssimon@yahoo.com 

a) Face-to-face coaching

 If you are located in Boston, Massachusetts we can meet during the week days at 4.00 P.M for a 2 hours session where I go over the lessons, answering your questions and checking your assignments. 

b) Online coaching

This can be done any during the week days from 4 P.M.The price is the same: $25 per hour. We meet online over Skype or Zoom for 1 or 2 hours session . During this time I go over the lessons, answering questions and checking assignments.

3) One-one tutoring (face-to-face or online)

One-one-one tutoring either based on another Calculus course your are taking is $50.00 per hour. 

 

Yves Simon
Yves Simon
Educator and Tutor face-to-face and online

I am a math certified educator with many years of experiences in public and private schools. My educational background is in k-12 education and administration,Math, Physics and Science Teaching and Civil Engineering. I have been teaching and tutoring Math, French, ESL,Spanish, etc for many years. I make learning easy and enjoyable for my students. Don't hesitate to contact me for face-to-face and online tutoring about these subjects. Face-to-face and online courses are also available. 

Website: New Direction Education Services at http://www.ndes wikidot.com.biz. Contact : y.ssimon@yahoo.com

Course Curriculum

Integration
Lesson I Indefinite integral video lecture
Indefinite integral written lesson
Lesson II Integral of basic functions video lecture
Integral of basic functions written lesson
Lesson III Integration by substitution video lecture
Integration by substitution written lesson
Lesson IV Integration by parts lesson video lecture
Integration by parts written lesson
Lesson V Integration by partial fractions video lecture
Integration by partial fractions written lesson
Leson VI Integration of simple trigonometric functions
Integration of simple trigonometric functions written lesson
Lesson VII Integration of the power of sine and cosine video lecture
Integration of the power of sine and cosine written lesson
Lesson VIII Integration of the product of the power of sine by the power of cosine video lecture
Integration of the product of the power of sine by the power of cosine written lesson
Lesson IX Integration of the power of secant and the power of tangent video lecture
Integration of the power of secant and the power of tangent written lesson
Lesson X Integration of the product of the power of secant by the power of tangent video lecture
Integration of the product of the power of secant by the power of tangent
Lesson XI Integrating an expression with radical by using trigonometric substitutions video lecture
Integrating an expression with radical by using trigonometric substitutions written lesson
Lesson XII An approach to calculate the area under curve video lecture
An approach to calculate the area under curve written lesson
Lesson XIII Properties of definite integrals video lecture
Properties of definite integrals written lesson
Lesson XIV Definite integrals and integration by substitution video lecture
Definite integrals and integration by substitution written lesson
Lesson XV Definite integral : Integration by parts and integration by partial fractions written lesson
Lesson XVI Improper integrals video lesson
Improper integrals written lesson
Lesson XVII Fundamental theorem of Calculus video lecture
Fundamental theorem of Calculus written lesson
Lesson XVII: Applications of integral: area between a curve and the x-axis video lecture
Lesson XVII. Applications of integral: area between a curve and the x-axis written lesson
Lesson XVIII Area between two curves video lesson
Lesson XVIII Area between two curves written lesson
Lesson XIX Volume of a solid: preliminary considerations
Lesson XX Volume of a solid of revolution: method of disks video lesson
Volume of a solid of revolution: method of disks written lesson
Lesson XXI Volume of a solid of revolution: method of washer video lesson
Lesson XXI Volume of a solid of revolution: method of washer written lesson
Lesson XXII Volume of a solid of revolution: method of cylindrical shell video lesson
Volume of a solid of revolution: method of cylindrical shell written lesson
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