- Sam, on having courage, and math as a creative endeavor.
- Parametric Functions, and a rational parametrization of the circle.
- Better polar explorations. (This would even be good in Calc II, I think.)The key is to make it into a puzzle.
- And here's a puzzle approach to inverse functions.
- Determining distance traveled from velocity, from Robert Talbert, for calc I.
- Shireen has made a Where's Waldo themed worksheet to help calc students think about position, velocity, and acceleration.
- I can't watch video right now, my son is sleeping. I have to watch these classroom videos, with students debating in math class, and creating theorems.
- I don't always agree with Curmudgeon, but I'm sure glad I follow this blog. Here's a great post on requiring Algebra II.
- Malke's thinking about spatial reasoning. Here's a post she linked to, with a cute question. If we fold the paper like this, and hole punch it while folded, where will the holes be when we unfold?
- Maria Anderson likes to think about the future. She's made four predictions about technology-enhanced learning.
- Have you heard of Osmos? It's a physics game app. I want to buy it.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Linkfest for Tuesday, March 4
So many good posts lately! How will I ever remember all this good stuff?!