This circuit activity consists of 10 stations in which students practice finding the derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions. The equations require the use of both the power rule and Chain Rule. This activity was written for an AP Calculus AB course
Print the 10 problems and scatter around the room (and in the hallway if possible), give each student a recording worksheet, group students, and assign them a place to start. The answer they get will lead them to their next problem. They continue looping around until they have completed all 10 stations.
Included in this set is the circuit training activity with the recording sheet, an additional homework set, and a lesson quiz. Also included is a complete worked out solution set. You will also receive a link to a video recorded with example problems. There is also a set of 4 bonus cards to challenge your students.
If your interested in more station activities with derivatives check out the links below:
Definition of Derivative Circuit Training
Implicit Differentiation Circuit Training