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Help your students learn the derivatives of the six inverse trig functions (not to mention practicing chain rule!) in this 16-question self-checking circuit.  Once you and your students try one circuit, you will be hooked!  You will love the sounds of your students working as they move through the progressive circuit.

Help your students learn the derivatives of the six inverse trig functions (not to mention practicing chain rule!) in this self-checking circuit.

Engage your students with this self-checking 12-question circuit!  I wrote this circuit to help my students with the symbolic notation and easy (but my students don't think so!) computation of functions and their derivatives defined as definite integrals.

Circuit Training -- Fundamental Theorem Of Calculus

Engage your students with this self-checking circuit! I wrote this circuit to help my students with the symbolic notation and easy (but my students don't think so!) computation of functions and their derivatives defined as definite integrals.

Keep your students engaged with the circuit format!  This circuit has 8 problems which are either volumes from revolution (require disks, washers, shells) or volumes build out of a fixed base with known cross sections (e.g. semi-circles, squares, triangles).

Circuit Training - Advanced Volumes (calculus)

Keep your students engaged with the circuit format! This circuit has 8 problems which are either volumes from revolution (require disks, washers, shells) or

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Circuit Training - Angles and Trig Functions

Use this activity to give students extra practice finding coterminal angles, evaluating trig functions at angles coterminal with standard unit-circle angles,

This set of 24 problems (includes implicit differentiation, inverse trig functions, and transcendentals) in the self-checking format of a circuit will keep your calculus students engaged as they practice taking the derivative.  The problems build in difficulty and students must search for their answers to advance in the circuit.

Circuit Training - Derivatives (Calculus)

This set of 24 problems (includes implicit differentiation, inverse trig functions, and transcendentals) in the self-checking format of a circuit will keep

Three things come to mind as to why I wrote this activity...First, students are petrified of word problems.  I wrote this activity to give students experience with solving applications of the quadratic.  Second, I want students to demonstrate their ability to use four different methods to solve quadratics.

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This 22-question circuit will keep your students engaged and give them great practice as they return to evaluate limits (indeterminate form 0/0 or infinity / infinity) with new knowledge of L'Hospital's Rule.  No technology should be used to evaluate these limits.

Circuit Training - L'Hospital's Rule (calculus)

This circuit will keep your students engaged and give them great practice as they return to evaluate limits (indeterminate form or infinity / infinity) with new knowledge of L'Hospital's Rule. No technology should be used to evaluate these limits.

I wrote this circuit because I was inspired by an AP colleague's circuit on using tables for calculus problems involving the derivative and the integral. I started thinking, "ALL students could use practice with this idea before WHAMMO! they see it in calculus."  In this circuit students will gain practice pulling values from a large multi-function table to evaluate expressions (such as f(2) - g(1)), solve equations (such as g(x) = 3) and make comparisons (such as which is larger, p(-2) or…

Circuit Training - Using Tables (algebra)

I wrote this circuit because I was inspired by an AP colleague's circuit on using tables for calculus problems involving the derivative and the integral.

I wrote this circuit because I was inspired by an AP colleague's circuit on using tables for calculus problems involving the derivative and the integral.  I started thinking, "Precalculus and accelerated algebra 2 students could use practice with this idea before WHAMMO!

I wrote this circuit because I was inspired by an AP colleague's circuit on using tables for calculus problems involving the derivative and the integral.

Students must match four sets of cards: function graph, function description, derivative graph, derivative description...

Students must match four sets of cards: function graph, function description, derivative graph, derivative description

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