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## Chalkdust math for high school?By: sixwaterpots Mar 16, 2017 09:55:AM
Do any of you have experience with algebra 2 and precalculus? Any insight would be great! |

## re: Chalkdust math for high school?By: MorningSong Mar 16, 2017 01:45:PM
I'm using the generic version of Chalk dust algebra. We just started using the elementary/intermediate combined course which will cover algebra 1 and 2. Then if all goes well, I have CD Pre-calc on the shelf. Again, I'm using the off brand books, but still using the Dana Mosely videos. He is an excellent instructor. I will definitely start dd with this next year since she doesn't "love" Saxon, but manages to get through it. |

## re: Chalkdust math for high school?By: MorningSong Mar 16, 2017 01:48:PM
So you would want to look up Intermediate algebra within reach on Amazon. Hope that all made sense. Lots of kids in the room with me chatting and it's hard to focus. :S |

## re: Chalkdust math for high school?By: sixwaterpots Mar 16, 2017 09:02:PM
Morning song, wow! Is this the same as Chalkdust essentially? I'm guessing it is? Do you know what the difference is because those Chalkdust courses are expensive and I've heard such good things about Moseley? |

## re: Chalkdust math for high school?By: MorningSong Mar 16, 2017 09:16:PM
Yes! He is an excellent instructor. Dana Mosely recorded his teaching videos with ??? (forgot name of company maybe it was houghton mifflin?) and he was allowed to use the videos, so he marketed his teaching videos with the texts (which are expensive as well when new) along with his availability to answer any questions that students had via phone or email in a neat and tidy package deal. |

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