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Area Between Curves Fun Activity. This activity is designed for AP Calculus AB, AP calculus BC, Honors Calculus, and College Calculus 2 students. This topic is covered typically in the Applications of Integration Unit. This activity emphasizes
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Calculus AB, BC and College Calculus 2 students will love these handouts and posters. ā Six handouts, study guides, or posters for your classroom. These handouts - posters contain six unique problems shown out step by step. The graph of
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Amazing tools to engage your PreCalculus students (and yourself). Interactive Live Graphs from your computer. Now also available for MAC. Email me for info. Project onto a whiteboard or SmartBoardĀ®. So easy to use, you will be up and
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Calculus Limits by Definition What student doesn't love this section? NOT!!! This helpful resource includes 13 Limits by Definition problems from Calculus 1 using the basic Delta Epsilon method to find delta, given epsilon. Three of the problems
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Statistics Confidence Intervals Algebra 2, Statistics, AP Statistics, and College Statistics Confidence Intervals are not only part of AP Statistics, but are now included in Algebra 2 under Common Core. This resource includes handouts to help
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching mathematics for over 30 years in High School and College. My subjects are Algebra through Calculus 3 along with Geometry, Trig, and Statistics. I teach in a dual enrollment program and in preparing my students for upper division college, I emphasize quality and hard work. Not to say we don't have a lot of fun in my classes, but I want them to consider these classes as higher education. My school is considered a bridge. My calculus classes, Calculus 1, 2, and 3 have been accepted for credit at MIT, where I had to submit exams, and class materials for approval.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Discovery with Technology,And activity -based learning with a bit of humor. I enjoy trying new techniques and sharing the ones that work. I strive to make math fun for my students and I love using hands on activities.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

National Board Certified Teacher, Teacher of the Year 2010. ICTCM Innovation in Technology in Education Award Certified "Teachers Teaching with Technology" Texas Instruments Calculator Instructor. I have spoken professionally at Mathematics Conferences worldwide including China and France about effective teaching of mathematics with Technology Enhancements.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS and MA in Mathematics plus over 24 graduate hours in Educational Technology.

I have taught in Rhode Island, Illinois, Florida and Online. I was the VP of Education for a Mathematics Software company for over two years. I am also an inventor with a patent and trademark.