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Nils Hahnfeld

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Registered: 12/4/04
Comprehensive Calculus Program for the TI 89 available
Posted: May 22, 2001 4:33 PM
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Dear Colleagues,

I have created a comprehensive TI-89 Program that covers the entire
Calculus AB and BC curriculum following the Graphical, Numerical &
Algebraic approach. It has turned out to be a great help for me
getting a better insight into Calculus. Also, it allowed me to
visually demonstrate Calculus concepts such as Area Approximation or 1
dim. Motion. Surely, my students love it as they can use it to learn
for themselves and to quickly check answers.

To view a detailed list of the program's capabilities visit
www.nilshahnfeld.com .

I claim that adequate usage of the Graphing Calculators with CAS
capabilities in the class room will
a) allow more effective, GNA based teaching.
b) change even further the character of the calculator based questions
on the AP exam.

Sunny Greetings from the Caribbean,
Nils Hahnfeld

PS: We will run an AP Calculus (AB) Institute with technology focus
here on St Thomas: August 13 - August 17 .
Contact: nhahnfeld@antilles.k12.vi.us

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