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The Power of Investigative Calculus Projects

John Perrin, Robert Quinn 

May 2008, Volume 101, Issue 9, Page 640

Abstract:
Investigative calculus projects in which students explore a question or problem of their own construction. Three exemplary pieces of student work are showcased. Investigative topics emerged from student discussion and text problem posing. Students worked independently to explore questions outside of the customary AP Calculus curriculum.

Keywords:
Article
Activities
Calculus and Higher Level Mathematics
Conceptual Development
Grades 9-12
Teacher
Problem Solving / Problem Posing
Student Work