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Algebra, Calculus resources for block scheduling

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From: Claudia (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: May 23, 1998 at 22:33:27
Subject: Re: Algebra, calculus activities for block scheduling

Have you used the book by George Best, Using the TI82 to explore precalculus
and calculus?  What about the CBL stuff?  There are several excellent books
out on teaching calculus through labs.

The MAA has some great books specifically designed for calculus in their
Calculus For New Century series.

Regarding software, the best I can recommend for algebra is the IBM
Mathematics Toolkit (the old version, NOT the new one).  It is super and easy 
and can be used with all classes from prealgebra through calculus.

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