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BE Interactive™ Digital Indefinite Integrals Shuffle Activity GOOGLE™ EDITION
This activity is an Indefinite Integral Shuffle Puzzle for students in AP CALCULUS AB, Calculus BC, or College Calculus. There are 16 cards in the shuffle puzzle made with GOOGLE SLIDES. Students can interact with the a

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BE Interactive™ Digital Calculus Curve Sketching Activity - Google™ Edition
This activity is designed for students in AP CALCULUS AB, APCalculus BC, or Calculus I.
This activity is a DIGITAL CARD SORT for students in AP CALCULUS AB, Calculus BC, or College Calculus. There are 12 cards in the sort

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Limits and Continuity Digital Activity - Google™ Edition
This activity is designed for students in AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, or College Calculus.
Students may use any one-to-one device, computer, tablet, or laptop.
Included in the product:
• 4 Google Slides
• 4 blackline masters in case you

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Digital Fundamental Theorem of Calculus - Google™ Edition
This activity is designed for students in AP CALCULUS AB, APCalculus BC, or Calculus I.
Students may use any one-to-one device, computer, tablet, or laptop.
Included in the product:
•5 Google Slides
•a blackline master in case you need a

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Three Combining Like Terms quizzes. Each quiz has 10 questions.
Responses are immediately recorded, graded and saved in your Google Drive!
Students get instant feedback!
This product contains a pdf with the links to access your quizzes.
Please CLICK HERE to view other Math Quizzes (Google Forms)

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Calculus - PreCalculus Limits from a Graph with Digital, Interactive, Self - Grading Boom Cards™
In this fun and challenging activity your students find the limits of functions visually from a graph. Functions include piecewise defined, trigonometric, absolute value, and more. Some answers are

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Who doesn’t love a great set of task cards? Boom Cards™ are digital and self-grading task cards. Have a little fun for Halloween with your Calculus students. This deck of 20 task cards covers all the basic derivative rules, including power rule, product and quotient rules, chain rule, trigonometric

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Calculus Interactive Graphs of the Derivatives with GOOGLE® Slides. Paperless and NO PREP for you!
This Teach Interactive™ Resource is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus AB/BC. This topic is usually found in Unit 3, Applications of the Derivative.
After your students examine three graph

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Also included in: Calculus Bundle of Resources Unit 1 - 3 with Google Slides™

Graphs of the Derivatives with Boom Cards™ for Calculus
My students Love Task Cards and when I created BOOM Cards for them, it was magic. These Digital Self-Checking Boom Cards are great way for students to practice the identifying the graphs of the first and second derivative and get immediate f

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Finding Limits Analytically with Boom Cards™ , self grading Digital 1:1 with Immediate Feedback and NO PREP!!
My students Love Task Cards and when I created BOOM Cards for them, it was magic. These digital self-checking Boom Cards are great way for students to practice finding limits analytically

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I created this lab as an intro into two dimensional motion for my physics classes. The lab uses all the techniques of adding vectors head-to-tail and demonstrates for them that the two vectors being added to make a resultant are the components of that resultant. This lab is great practice and very s

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Twelve Basic Functions Graph Activity is a great introduction activity to the twelve basic functions. Students can use a textbook or search the web to find graphs of the twelve functions. Once students have graphed each function they answer questions that require that they analyze the graphs to le

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This is a discussion post that I use for my calculus classes during our study of velocity. Restricting them to not being able to see someone else’s work assures the instructor that they have done the work themselves.This is a great problem solving lesson in that students must read and comprehend th

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The 3D Graphing lesson is a fun and entertaining lesson that helps students visualize systems of equations and relate 2 dimensional space to 3 dimensional space. The lesson uses iPad, iPhone, or iPod as the platform, but may optionally be presented on computers with internet access.

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This is a discussion post that I use for my calculus classes during our study of limits. Restricting them to not being able to repeat a previous example makes for a fun list of limits they can find in the real world.
This is great for online classes and/or homework.

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This is a discussion post that I use for my calculus classes during our study of the use of the log rules when finding derivatives. Restricting them to not being able to see someone else’s work assures the instructor that they have done the work themselves.
I used problems generated by My Math Lab

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Students use Geogebra to take and graph derivatives as outlined on the student worksheet. After recording their information, they work through a series of questions that ask them to review their work and make a conjecture about the Power Rule.
The Geogebra file is linked at the top of the worksheet

A thoughtful (and a bit whimsical) viewing guide for the Crash Course Physics series. Each viewing guide (typically two to three pages) not only contains relevant questions that address the most important material, but have practice exams, is artfully designed, and sprinkled with fun facts. I hope y

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