Join today for the 2024 Fall Semester

Multivariable Calculus (Calc III)
for Accelerated Teens

Tuition $750

  August 12, 2024 - December 20, 2024
Live Meetings
Mondays 2:45-4pm ET
Thursdays 4:15-5:30pm ET

This is a Fall Semester college level Multivariable Calculus course (Calculus III) for accelerated young learners! 

* The primary text will be Thomas' Calculus: Multivariable.

*Prerequisites are strong knowledge of Calculus I and II

What's included?

  • Two live class meetings per week via zoom, with prep videos to watch as needed
  • Small class size capped at 12 students
  • Interactive live sessions recorded weekly via video
  • Submit online or handwritten practice exercises weekly
  • Weekly formal writing response exercises with written feedback from Dr. Finotti
  • Two (optional) midterm exams and an end of semester cumulative final exam  (required for the graded track)
  • A set live weekly office hour with Dr Finotti 
  • A class site that allows students to interact  with each other between classes, ask questions, and share ideas!
  • Option between a graded track or completion certificate track
  • Optional reading and video resources to learn more about common real-world uses for Multivariable Calculus

Revel in a Fascinating Subject with Peers Who Enjoy Math Too! 

In our regular live zoom meetings and through the class community message board, our multivariable students will have the opportunity to explore the subject they love with a small group of like-minded peers.  We'll be primarily using  the Thomas' Calculus text. 

Class size will be capped at 12 students so that every student will have the necessary support and opportunity to interact and be heard. The class meetings will often be interactive with an instructor that encourages a growth-mindset, supportive, mistakes-encouraged environment. We'll always aim for an appropriate level of challenge to keep the group growing!

The level of rigor in this class will be that of a rigorous university level Multivariable Calculus course.   The pace of the class will be that of a college level course, so it moves fast!  If you have any concern about whether or not   your child is ready for this course, please feel free to contact us here.

 Multivariable Calculus -- What isn't it Good for? 

  Multivariable Calculus is the course I have taught the most times, and I still love it so.  This course puts us firmly in the realm of doing mathematics in 3D, in the world we experiences with our eyes (or higher dimensions as well).  Our exercises no longer always feel like "toy problems" or contrivances designed just for practicing the math, but begin to have clear relevance in solving nontrivial, real problems.   

I've heard many times that Electricity and Magnetism is the college course that is the "gatekeeper" for Engineering and Physics students.  And my educated guess for why that is is that the language of E&M is Multivariable Calculus.  Trying to learn E&M well without really understanding the language it is written in is rough!  I think a great analogy is that of trying to read a masterpiece in Spanish with only a rudimentary knowledge of Spanish.  So much gets lost. 

My hope and my aim in this course is to, as always, guide the students to lay down not only fluency in multivariable computations, but also in "reading" multivariable Calculus, so that they have fluency in its meaning. I really love this course, and I am excited to guide students through it!
Meet the instructor

Dr. Heather Finotti

Heather has been teaching mathematics for 27 years. She has a PhD in Mathematics and experience teaching all ages and in all stages of learning and life. She loves supporting people in finding their own unique relationship with mathematics, and helping students who already love to learn math really learn to soar! 
The last six years she's worked primarily with accelerated learners, both through private tutoring and teaching group classes.  If you'd like to learn more about her, check out this page.
Patrick Jones - Course author

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