Portfolios in Calculus: Reinforcing Concepts and Inviting Creativity
Evelyn Bailey, Fang Chen
February 2005, Volume 98, Issue 6, Page 404
A nontraditional graphing assignment in calculus courses that requires students to combine their mathematical, technological, verbal, and artistic skills in a portfolio assessment. Students use their knowledge of graphing at their Calc I or II level to find the function that creates the desired pictorial representation.
Calculus and Higher Level Mathematics