# To Accumulate a Rate — Integrate!

Teaching High School Mathematics

## Partitioning a Line Segment

I wanted to use the ideas of a “thinking classroom” today for partitioning line segments. Due to covid and keeping students separated, I had each student work on their own. … Continue reading

## Covid-19 Calculus and Logistics

As the Covid – 19 virus is spreading across the whole world and keeping me(us) cooped up, I can’t help but keep an eye on the data. I’ve been following … Continue reading

April 4, 2020 · 1 Comment

## Shared Driveway Optimization in Calculus

This is a post with a link to a Calculus optimization problem I’m working on.

## Farmer Allinson (Part 2)

Winter break is over and it’s always pretty funny hearing what kids say. My favorite of the first day back: “What are we doing today? All my other teachers are … Continue reading

January 9, 2019 · 1 Comment

## Farmer Allinson!

In my calculus class we had just finished a test on a Tuesday before Christmas break. 3 days left and the next topic was optimization. Hmmm… I’m not into showing … Continue reading

## When Students don’t understand Easy concepts.

If I’m honest, one of the most difficult parts of teaching is having patience when students struggle on an easy concept. After 3 attempts to impart understanding using different perspectives … Continue reading

## Student Projects – Volumes of Revolution

In Calculus we just finished a project on volumes or revolution using disks and washers. I used a couple days or parts of days in class. I think it was … Continue reading

## Volumes of Revolution

First you get an idea to spice up a lesson. Second you hem and haw about whether the amount of increase in student learning/interest will be worth the time and … Continue reading