Math and Philosophy

Calculus for Everyone Video Curriculum

By Dr. Mitch Stokes

Calculus for Everyone Video Course


Pulling from over a decade of experience teaching Calculus, Dr. Mitch Stokes presents the mathematics of change in an extremely effective way for anyone with a first-year course in algebra in this new video curriculum. The video course is designed to accompany the Calculus for Everyone textbook.

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Video Course Specifications

Format: Video streaming on-demand, immediate access after purchase. (Adaptive bitrate up to 4k)
License: Perpetual license for single family home use (this is not a subscription). If you are a school or co-op, please license through this page.
Runtime: 17 Hours, 32 minutes.
Lessons: 32 Lessons
School Term Length: Semester or Year
Transcript Credits: One High School Math Credit
Age/Grades: 9-12th grade + College
Prerequisites: Algebra 1

Based on more than a decade of classroom experience, this video course accompaniment to the Calculus for Everyone textbook provides mastery of calculus’s core by focusing on the foundational concepts of limits, derivatives, and integrals, explaining how all three are united in the fundamental theorem of calculus. Moreover, Calculus for Everyone explains how the story of calculus is central to Western culture, from Plato in ancient Greece, to today’s modern physics. Indeed, this book explains why calculus is needed at all—and why it is needed so badly. By mastering the core of calculus—as well as seeing its meaning and significance—students will not only better understand math and science in general, but contemporary culture and their place in it.

ALSO AVAILABLE: Live class taught using Calculus for Everyone through Kepler Education.

MITCH STOKES is a Senior Fellow of Philosophy at New St. Andrews College. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Notre Dame and an M.A. in religion from Yale. He also holds an M.S. in mechanical engineering and, prior to his teaching career, worked for an international engineering firm where he earned five patents in aeroderivative gas turbine technology. In addition to biographies of Newton and Galileo, his books include A Shot of Faith (to the Head): Be a Confident Believer in an Age of Cranky Atheists (Thomas Nelson), and How to Be an Atheist: Why Many Skeptics Aren’t Skeptical Enough (Crossway).

Chapter 5: The Scientific Revolution and the Need for Calculus
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