- https://app.fiveable.me/ This is a website that hosts live events video review sessions for both calculus and statistics. They also post recordings of their previous sessions.
- https://www.senecalearning.com/ Seneca Learning is offering it's courses free but you must sign up for their facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mathteachingresources/. There are videos, powerpoints, assessments, etc.
- https://www.profrobbob.com/ Prof Rob Bob is loved by our consultants and offers videos for AP Statistics, Calculus I and Calculus 2. He also has incredible handwriting. :)
- Khan Academy has come a long way - the instructors for these courses seem very credible and these could be a great resource for your students
- https://www.bfwpub.com/high-school/us/content/covid19 BFW (The publisher of Practice of Statistics, AP Calculus by Sullivan and Miranda, and AP Calculus by Rogawski) is offering a 90 day trial of any of its textbooks. Textbooks can also be downloaded and used offline.
- Here are videos that follow the Practice of Statistics 6th ed from the textbook publisher
- Here are videos that were (graciously) offered by a teacher that uses Practice of Stats 4th ed
- SimplyStats Youtube Channel - a few great videos on sampling and significance testing
- Notes and Videos from Jill Presley Bell - a teacher in New Zealand who records her lectures
- My personal Calculus AB Videos
- When I taught BC as a second year course, we reviewed the AB Material in a flipped classroom. Here is a link to the videos I created. My volumes of rotation video has a lot of views - I think the students really liked that one.
- Search for Vaught Calculus on youtube.