# Category Publicity

## Followup to my EMES seminar

On Tuesday 10/2, I was honored to speak in the MIT Electronic Seminar on Mathematics Education. The recorded video from the seminar is now available to view; my slides are also posted. If you watch/listen to the recording, I apologize in advance for the fact that I struggled with my voice and a cough as […]

## “Why I self-publish with Amazon”

I stumbled across this great post by Robert Ghrist of the University of Pennsylvania. More people should read and follow it. I’ll add that I agree with nearly everything he says and add one additional positive that’s not explicit: by self-publishing on Amazon, you can also release your work electronically for free (if you so […]

## MIT Electronic Seminar on Mathematics Education – how I structure my calculus classes for active learning

I’m excited to share that I’ve been invited to be one of the speakers in the excellent MIT EMES seminar. My presentation on Tuesday, 10/2/18, at noon EST will be a practice-focused discussion centered on how I structure my calculus classes around active learning. I’ll share explicitly how I use Active Calculus and a collection of […]

## Active Calculus 2018 Workbooks – now available in print

New for 2018, we’ve created bound, print versions of the activities workbooks for Active Calculus. There’s one for chapters 1-4 (the typical first semester differential calculus material), and another for chapters 5-8 (the typical second semester integral calculus). Each workbook is 8.5×11″ in size with a soft-bound cover. The activities are printed on the faces […]

## Active Calculus 2018: PDF and print versions now available

In addition to the aforementioned HTML, the 2018 PDF and print versions of both Active Calculus – Single Variable and Active Calculus – Multivariable are now available. Here are the various links: Active Calculus – Single Variable PDF version Active Calculus – Single Variable print version Active Calculus – Multivariable PDF version Active Calculus – […]

## Active Calculus 2018 – new edition

I’m excited to share several updates to Active Calculus: 1. New 2018 edition of Active Calculus – single variable The 2018 HTML version is now live at https://activecalculus.org/single/. The PDF will be posted in the near future on a new page at GVSU’s ScholarWorks site. And the 2018 edition will be available for purchase on Amazon […]

## Prelude to Active Calculus – feedback sought

I’ve been awarded a sabbatical for the fall semester of 2018 to write a new free, open-source textbook for GVSU’s new MTH 124: Functions and Models. The purpose of this course is to prepare students not-yet-ready for calculus for a first semester course in calculus. MTH 124 has run for three semesters at Grand Valley, […]