For better or for worse, here are my summer calculus student’s theatrical interpretations of related rates problems:
- Filling a cylinder (starring Brent)
- Moving Spotlight (starring Lance)
- Runner on a Baseball Diamond (starring Ashley and Jason)
- Falling Ladder (starring Ryan)
- Moving cars or octopii (starring Sam)
- Stone thrown in a Lake (starring Scott)
- The kite (or flying pig) problem (starring Peter and Dan)
- Reeling in a Fish (starring Joe)
The TV Production department at my college helped a couple of the students (recording and producing the videos in a YouTube-compatible format). The rest of the students recorded, produced, and uploaded their videos to YouTube or Screencast on their own.
Possibly Related Posts:
- Why use Microsoft Word with blind math students?
- GITW Relevant Graphs for your Class
- These are a Few of my Favorite Graphs
- Battle of the (free) Digital Whiteboarding Tools
- Tips for Getting the Right Screencast Conditions