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Function Grapher

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Used in course
Submitted by: Dawn Ruml (Student), Sep 30, 2003
Comment: -The material was matematically correct.
-The textual material was acurate and precise.
-The material follows standard mathematical notation and conventions.
-The material presents important math concepts.
-Is part of core curriculum of math.
-Not very difficult to teach or learn.
-This is a prerequisite for more advanced material.
-The material does help develope a conceptual understanding of math.
-The material is thought provoking.
-The material does not really explore a connection between various math
-It makes effective use of graphics and multimedia.
-The graphics are not very attractive.
-The graphics effectively illustrate math concepts.
-The material is flexable in that many different functions can be graphed.
-The general layout of the material is consistant.
-The design is not very attactive or inviting for students.
-Input and output elements are easy to understand.
-Material does provide effective feedback.
-Info is displayed in a graphical manner
-Feedback is immediate.
-Easy to navigate.
-Students should not become lost or confused while using this.
-This can be used by students with different levels of of computer experience.
-Material has useful instructions.
-Material improves abilities to teach and learn.
-Effectively demonstartes math concepts.
-Material is interactive.
-Does not encourage students to generalize concepts or make predictions.
-Material can be readily integrated into the math curriculum.
-Standard presentation of math.
-Material can be used with standard textbooks.
-Can graph many different functions.
-No assessment tools.