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Roland O'Daniel

Content For 2009 - 6 views

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    Here is where you'll find the course content for Spring, 2009.

    Assignments are here.

    Syllabus is here.

    GEOGEBRA:

    Throughout the notes, you will find many GeoGebra applets.  These are interactive Java applets.  To activate them, just click on them, and wait for the applet to load.  If you're using Internet Explorer, you may have to click on the "Allow ActiveX control" warning bar at the top of your browser, for the applet to load.  I encourage you to download GeoGebra yourself, or use the "Web Start" option, over at http://www.geogebra.org .  It's very easy to use, and a lot of fun!
Roland O'Daniel

Calculus-Help.com: Survive calculus class! - Tutorials for the Calculus Phobe - 7 views

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    Calculus help tutorials that go with students studying at home. This would be very helpful for students to get a different voice and be able to share their findings during class discussion. 
Roland O'Daniel

YouTube - The Indefinite Integral or Anti-derivative - 3 views

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    Series of videos by Khan Academy, a not-for-profit organization with the mission of giving access to knowledge to anyone, anywhere.

    Great opportunity for students to see lectures at their own pac.
Roland O'Daniel

Educypedia, the educational encyclopedia, integration, java applets, integrals - 2 views

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    Nice list of resources from around the world, some of the sites are not in English, but most are. Worth looking at as there are a lot of connections to other topics.
Roland O'Daniel

Calculus Applets - 7 views

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    Great set of resources from David Little at Penn State. Easy to use java applets with explanation of usage ideas.
Roland O'Daniel

Calculus and Analysis -- from Wolfram MathWorld - 3 views

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    Anything from Wolfram Alpha is going to be rigorous and well done. I like their descriptions. Although I wish there was a more dynamic kind of presentation of derivatives and integrals, etc.
Roland O'Daniel

Calculus Applets at SLU - 5 views

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    "Math Applets for Calculus at SLU" Great set of apps from Mike May. He does a nice job of supporting teachers who might be interested in using these in their classes with students.
Daryl Bambic

GeoGebra - 3 views

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