Visual Calculus

Lawrence S. Husch, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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This collection was designed for instructors to give some ideas how technology, in particular, computers, can be used in the teaching of calculus. Detailed instructions on implementing these ideas with various public domain, shareware and commercial software packages are provided. The collection has been expanded to include tutorials, interactive modules and includes detailed instructions for TI-85 and TI-86 graphing calculators. As an additional aid for students, modules containing quizzes and drill problems have also been added.

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Resource Type: Activities, Course Information
Special Interest: Quantitative
Quantitative Skills: Differential Equations and Integrals
Research on Learning: Instructional Design, Use of Technology