After many years of teaching I have been fortunate enough to spend the last 15 years working with calculus teachers all over the USA. If you are a calculus teacher or student, I hope the things I’ve learned and hope to share here will of use to you and your students.
This blog is for high school calculus teachers and students, and others interested in teaching and learning calculus. It consists of comments, suggestions, hints, and observations on the topics in the course.
If you go to the “Thru the Year” page in the navigation bar at the top of the page, you will see a month-by-month listing of topics, more or less, in the usual order that they are taught. New post will be added to this list from time to time. They are a few weeks ahead of where you may use them so that you’ll have time to work them in if you find something you can use.
PLEASE use the comment links at the end of each post if have any helpful suggestions or comments on the post. Let me know if you spot a mistake or typo so I can fix it. If you have something longer, please send it to me by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll consider posting it separately with your name.
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Ballston Lake, New York
E-mail: Lin McMullin