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I was a Calculus teacher for years and I was always looking for ways to provide better visualization of concepts for students. I used colored chalk on the chalkboard, hand-built models, Mathematica, Geometer’s Sketchpad, TI and HP graphing calculators, and … Continue reading
I gave a Calculus workshop. The conference was full of hands-on math workshops for teachers, mostly from the city of Chicago – amazing teachers! I was asked to give a hands-on workshop for pre-calculus/calculus teachers and immediately thought of volume … Continue reading
Students love to be able to solve hard problems (contrary to popular beliefs) and as a visual/hands-on learner, I loved this problem and the hands-on way of solving it. Many of my students have taken this problem home to challenge … Continue reading
A basic premise of science is that much of the physical world can be described mathematically and that many physical phenomena are predictable. This was part of the scientific revolution that took place in Europe during the late 1500’s. So, … Continue reading