This site contains a collection of examples designed to demonstrate the subtleties that appear in some calculus definitions and develop better intuition and understanding of calculus concepts.
Type of Material:
The site can be used for in-class demonstration or as a part of self-guiding activity.
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Identify Major Learning Goals:
The purpose of this site is to reinforce student learning in calculus by providing examples on concepts covered in calculus.
Target Student Population:
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
An appropriate part of a Calculus sequence.
The site contains a good selection of counter-intuitive examples from Calculus that can help a user to develop better understanding of the subject and refine the knowledge of some Calculus concepts. This material adds to and complements well any course in a Calculus sequence. The pictures provided help learners understand the concepts as well as depict the beauty of calculus.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
This site is an excellent source for unusual (non-textbook) examples for any Calculus instructor. It could also be use as a part of self-guided study or a reference.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
The site has a minimalistic design and is visually appealing. Anybody can start using it right away.
The collection does not address user with disabilities.
Other Issues and Comments:
Pictures does not provide alt-tags.
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