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Tom Ferrio

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Registered: 12/8/04
fwd: Calculus labs for graphing calculators
Posted: Sep 21, 2004 11:25 AM
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If you are interested in materials to use graphing calculators you can get a
reference list by calling Texas Instruments at 1-800-TI-CARES. Ask for the
"graphics calculator reference list" and they will send it to you. It's part
of a document called "TI-CARES: Educational Support Programs." The reference
list has a hundred or so books etc. from publishers that support the use of
graphics calculators.

If there is enough interest I could post it to this list (but it's long).
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Tom Ferrio Internet: tferrio@lobby.ti.com
Texas Instruments (Calculator Products) Phone: 214-917-1563
P.O. Box 650311 M/S 3908 Fax: 214-917-7103
Dallas, Texas 75265
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From JPWillia @ SMTP (James P Williams) {server@e-math.ams.com}, on 1/28/94
5:14 PM:
To: Mrecipie @ SMTP (Multiple recipients of list)
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I am currently in the process of creating lab materials for first and
semester calculus classes. We are using the TI-81 calculator in class.
I was wondering if anybody was aware of some good source material for
calculus labs. The two best sources I`ve found so far are "Learning by
Discovery: A Lab Manual for Calculus" (MAA Notes #27), edited by Anita Solow,
and "Graphing Calculator Calculus Workbook", by Al Shenk.

I would also like to share ideas with anybody else who has also written
calculus labs for graphing calculators.

Jim Williams





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