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Historical Activities for the Calculus Classroom
Calculus may seem to be quite dismal to some, but it comes alive through the fine work of Gabriela R. Sanchis. Sanchis wrote this excellent piece on teaching calculus by drawing on the historical evolution of some of...
Pre-Assessment: Gauging Students Preparedness for Sedimentary Geology
The site, Professional Development for Geoscience Faculty, continues to receive high marks and a great deal of praise, and this resource follows in that established tradition. Created by Lawrence D. Lemke of Wayne State...
Introduction to Technical Communication: Perspectives on Medicine and Public Health
Various OpenCourseWare initiatives at institutions like Kyoto University and the University of Notre Dame have been met with many a "huzzah" from around the globe. MIT's own OpenCourseWare initiative is quite well known...
The Impact of Weather & Topography on Landslide Development
The Real World Learning Objects Resource Library has provided this activity to demonstrate the role of weather and topography in environmental disasters. Students will use real GIS data to analyze the relationship...
Practical Algebra Lessons
Brought to you by Elizabeth Stapel and purplemath.com, this collection of learning modules contains over 100 mathematics modules designed to teach beginning, intermediate, and advanced algebra concepts. Some algebra...
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