Calculus is my giant scary project this year.
For once, I'm doing something super traditional. Relying on published resources. I am not the biggest fan of textbooks, our standard issue Pre-Cal book in particular. For years and years everything I produce has been independently created. Kind of necessary if you do crazy stuff like make your own Algebra II curriculum. I made LOTS of things.
Given the formulaic nature of the AP Exam, wandering off in my own direction may not be advisable. Thankfully, I only had to buy one of the books you see here. The AP workshop I attended over the summer was free book after free book, plus the one adopted by my school.
Breaking the traditional lecture format of AP classes, that's the real goal here. These books? I can work with these books.