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Topic: [ap-calculus] How do I spend $7500?!
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Jason Waller

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re:[ap-calculus] How do I spend $7500?!
Posted: Apr 14, 2011 3:45 PM
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The few ideas that come to my mind first:

- Graphing calculators to check out to all kids who can't afford them / class sets of calculators

- Exam prep books for Calculus: we use the ones from http://www.dsmarketing.com/ for more multiple choice practice tests.

- New textbooks, if you have a class or classes whose textbooks are really outdated and need to be replaced to reflect current technology.

Jason Waller
Helix Charter HS
San Diego, CA

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Hey folks! I have the potential to earn a $7500 grant but have ONE DAY to figure out how I would spend it in my classroom, the school, or the district to enhance math learning. It doesn't HAVE to be for Calculus, but I do teach AB and will teach BC for the first time next year.
Any great ideas? How would you spend it?
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Course related websites:
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/calculusab
http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/calculusbc
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