Learning happens whether we want it or not. In order to learn more complex things ways of learning are necessary. One cannot depend exclusively one someone else to learn as if this person isn't present learning cannot take place. A teacher doesn't force learning to take place. He facilitates and creates conditions for learning. This starts by believing that you can learn. Then you learn the study skills and habits. You need to know the theories, rules and processes in order to learn math.
Mathematics play an important role in human activities. They are used from simple everyday activities such as personal budgeting, checkbook balancing, groceries shopping to more complicated disciplines such as Economy, Science, Computers, Engineering, etc. The buildings we live in the roads we use, the computers, cellphones, tablets, televisions, etc are designed by people who know math. Calculus is an important branch of mathematics used in various disciplines taught at the college level. The notions of limits are fundamental in understanding some very important notions in Calculus such as Continuity, Derivation and Integrals. I have designed two Calculus courses for learners taking AP Calculus or who will take it. If a student plans to take Calculus as their next math course it's good to start taking them now so that it doesn't look strange to them. They are also designed for students at the high school or college level who need a remediation course. The first one is a free Introductory Calculus course. The second is a complete Calculus course at an affordable price.
The instruction process for this course is designed in the following manner:
1. Students will watch an introductory video. The videos introduce the lessons to the learner
2. There will be some readings to do. The readings expose the learners to the theories of different topics.
3. There will be some problems completely solved. Students should master the solution process of these problems.
3. They will have to solve practice problems demonstrating an understanding of the topics.