## Calculus Tweetwars: The End

We hope you’ve enjoyed the production of “The Calculus Tweetwars” and...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | May 6, 2010 | Calculus (SV), Digital Age Projects, Teaching | 0 |

We hope you’ve enjoyed the production of “The Calculus Tweetwars” and...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 26, 2010 | Calculus (SV), Digital Age Projects, Teaching | 0 |

In case it’s difficult to follow the events in “real time” … The Calculus...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 21, 2010 | Calculus (SV), Digital Age Projects, Teaching | 0 |

Installment #1 The Calculus Tweetwars: Act 1 from Maria Andersen Possibly Related Posts: Spicing...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 16, 2010 | Calculus (SV), Digital Age Projects, History of Math, Teaching | 0 |

I wanted to wait until I was SURE that this was going to happen before I mentioned it here. My Honors Calculus II students have decided to “tweet” The Calculus Wars for modern times. Their assignment was to read...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Feb 6, 2010 | Classroom Technology, Digital Age Projects, Interdisciplinary Studies, Teaching | 0 |

Today I was the keynote speaker for Tech Tools 2010 in Scottsdale AZ, which was really fun! I survived the twitter backchannel (I “called out” the tweeters, according to @soul4real). This seemed to work really well...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 11, 2009 | Digital Age Projects, Math for Elem Teachers, Teaching Math | 0 |

The second unit in Math for Elementary Teachers (MathET) is on numeration systems and operations on whole numbers. Again, the students had to complete a “learning project” for the unit. Some blogged, some mapped...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 3, 2009 | Digital Age Projects, Math Study Skills, Teaching, Teaching Math | 0 |

The Fall 2009 Calculus class at Muskegon Community College was tasked (by me) with learning how to study for a math test and then making presentations or videos to help other students. The students started by doing their own...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 23, 2009 | CAS, Digital Age Projects, Digital Literacy, Find and Use Data, Online Homework, Quantitative Reasoning, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

For at least a decade, we have had the ability to let CAS software perform computational mathematics, yet computational skills are still a large portion of the mathematics curriculum. Enter Wolfram|Alpha. Unlike traditional CAS...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 20, 2009 | CAS, Classroom Technology, Digital Age Projects, Digital Graphs and Diagrams, Digital Literacy, Find and Use Data, Future of Math, Math for Elem Teachers, Online Homework, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

Originally, I started this post with the title “What I’m doing with Wolfram|Alpha” and then I revised it, because it’s not just me using Wolfram|Alpha. My students are using it too. Here are some of the...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Aug 26, 2009 | Classroom Technology, Digital Age Projects, Digital Literacy, eLearning, Future of Higher Ed, Future Proof Your Education, Organizing Your Digital Self | 0 |

Two years ago at the beginning of the fall semester, I was given the chance to speak to the faculty on my campus about technologies for teaching and getting organized, which is how the mindmaps Web 2.0 for You and Organize Your...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | May 29, 2009 | Algebra, College Algebra, Communicating Math, Digital Age Projects, Teaching Math | 0 |

Finally, I’ve made a sequel to Funky Function Notation. Here is Intriguing Inverses. Feel free to use it in online courses or use in the classroom. Enjoy. Possibly Related Posts: Battle of the (free) Digital...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 5, 2008 | Digital Age Projects, Teaching | 0 |

You’ve got to love the Internet. The photos are all from my old Teaching College Math Blogger account, which sends them to Picasa. Animoto compiles the video based on the song you choose. Animoto can get the images...

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