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Diane Zych%Erie Community College  North CampusTraditionalTI 89 or TI  92Computer SoftwareMaple only in Calc III;Done in Calc I and somewhat in the others but not formally.14alejandro saldivargrand rapids community collegeReformti 83Mail58Candice H. DanceOnondaga Community CollegeTI 83 or equivalentTrigonometry Behavior of polynomial functionsRational functionsHThis is a very fast mention usually when I am teaching a related topicI don't know the answer to question #7 above and I can't delete my checkmark!!!!! B. Haney is the Calc II expert and I have forwarded this to him.
Lola Swint+North Central Missouri College, Trenton, MOTI  83Equations of linesMary GfellerSUNY CantonTI83 (no TI89)DeriveconicsDiana StaatsDutchess Community College
TI83 plusMathcad"Equations of exponential functionsGordon CrandallLaGuardia Community CollegeMaplecrandallgo@lagcc.cuny.edu;Winning the dinosaur Fac to the new ways isn't always easy.nelissa rutishauserMohawk Valley Community CollegeanyVinny IsaiaAlfred State7Ewen, Trefzger, Gary Technical Calculus Prentice Hallany TI0
Joseph BrowneTI83 or equivalentannual+Phone call to find mutually agreeable time.1Once every few years unless requested more often.Masters Degree
Robert LudwigRockland Community Collegefunctions, domain, range, function notation, absolute value equations and inequalities, quadratic inequalities, interpretation of slopeWe plan to try to infuse technology, graphing calculator/computer software (Scientific Notebook) into our calc courses. We have been somewhat delayed. The Honors section uses graphing calculators. I encourage my students who have and are familiar wit
saeed hashemiI.H.UniversityMathcad2000'Saeed Hashemi ihusaied2001@yahoo.comWebCTI as a teacher of mathematics using history of mathematics on teaching of mathematics +mathematics software and I am sucsseseful . I am enjoy teaching and student also enjoy during the period they feel it passes veyr fast.
O. MurieshErie Community Collegemuriesh@aol.com
Blackboard30 cridet hours beyond cal iiiLois MartinMassasoit Community CollegeTI 92 or TI 89?Students arrive unprepared and it's hard to cover the material.
Lillian Seese&St. Louis Community College at MeramecMathematicaOtherDomain and Range
Kate DanforthCorning Community CollegeTI 83 plus or equivalentrecognition of f+g, fg,fg,f/g fog, etc students are given a comprehensive review graded homework and an assignment from the review chapter.%they visit us 2x/year(sometimes more)&2 times per semester (this may change)6certain upper levels courses(beyond Calculus sequence)Many of the applications have been taken out of the text. Students have much weaker Algebra skills than 5 years ago and many times reach for their calculators before they think.Kari ArnoldsenSnow College
Michael Zwick'Monroe Community College, Rochester, NYTI 83 (Plus)Bruce YoshiwaraLos Angeles Pierce College0logarith functions power functions, f(x) = ax^kFor your question (5), the emphasis for the topic of derivatives is on interpretations (and hence on applications). Similarly, for (6), the emphasis for the topic of antiderivatives is on interpretations (and hence on applications), with the symbolic techniques of antidifferentiation deemphasized, and significant attention paid to graphical and numerical techniques of constructing antiderivatives.
Jim Chesla'Grand Rapids Community CollegeMichiganTI83, TI92
Contact meAsynchronousLisa Topolovec!Sullivan County Community Collegeonce a yearMaster's DegreeSnow College in Utah&at least a TI86 preferrably the TI89inequalities, absolute values0Master's Degree in math or closely related field}algebra prep and study skills are woefully inadequate which isn't a fault of the curriculum, but we sure have to work with itDan Long$Montcalm Community College, MichiganTI83 preferred, any accepted
Linda Kurz
SUNY DelhiTI 83 or 85 ... dislike 89kurzla@delhi.eduOChapter 1 in Hughes ... is a library of functions, so it is a review of PreCalc.through Continuing Ed, or currently thru Office of Enrollment. The math dept is trying to correct our lack of mentoring and control of our courses taught by h.s. faculty. In many cases they are not using our text, or a computer system, or computer projects, so they really are not teaching our courses!none lately, but we used to$prefer they have at least a Master'sWe're doing fine here on campus, but not so fine offcampus. One of the weaknesses of our text is lack of drill in both differentiation and integration, so those students who transfer and continue with the calculus aren't as good at that part of the course.Jan Z. WiranowskiTI83 (PLUS)jwiranowski@nonroecc.edu/When need be, while covering calculus material.I am not involved in it.Too many applications tend to dilute the basic math which unfortunately is still in short supply among too many students. I like the maxim: First emulate, then emanate." Great ideas without proper tools wither away."Paul ManikowskiAlfred State CollegeTi89 86 or 83VWith the development of the TI89 I question the need to spend large amount of time on the advanced techniques of differentiation and integration. I feel we need two calculus tracks: 1) Applied Calculus with the use of TI89 required. 2) A Traditional Calculus with technology used to implement the understanding of the mathematical theory.Tony GiangrassoLaGuardia CCTI83Steven J KilnerMonroe Community College%exponential and logarithmic equationsKen Mead
Genesee CCThomas/Finney  A/WDerive, Web based programs.=Haven't done it yet, scheduled for this summer. Please help!TThese review topics are only addressed as needed as they occur in Calculus problems?????Haney and Matthews are in carge??I'm the newest Math facult member on board with Calculus I . I teach one section each semester. The course runs well and my students seem well prepared for Calc II. Our Calc III sections are typically small in size.Math DepartmentJamestown Community CollegeTI 83 PlusCalculus IIITeleconferencingOAt the beginning, the faculty member is observed. Then once every three years.;A course in real analysis or a course in teaching calculus.Jason Paul Zbock+State University of New York at MorrisvilleKarin Chess)Owensboro Community and Technical College*TI83 (Cal I); TI92 (provided) for Cal II1. I'd like to know that I'm teaching the right things at the right level. 2. The high school calculus course that we give credit for was our dean's idea. I'm concerned that it isn't even an AP course, and yet students are getting our credit for it. It's weird! But, from the Dean's perspective, we would hire the high school teacher to work for us part time, so we cannot fault her preparation or ability to teach the course well.Phil Pickering
Derive 5.0hedgese.c.c.TI 86slopes,graphing,etc.3 or 4 times asemestersamesatisfy job bankWes OstertagDutchess CCTI'm very concerned about the issues surrounding college credit for high school courses. Courses taught in high schools by high school teachers are, by definition, high school courses and (to my mind) should not be eligible for college credit. I wish the high schools would concentrate on algebra and precalculus, and leave calc<ulus to the colleges. Also, although I have been (and am) a strong proponent of calculus reform, I am concerned about the erosion of algebraic and manipulative skills. Too many of my calculus students have severe difficulties factoring and working with fractions.
Joan E. ShackHVCCTI 85 or 86MAPLEHigh school faculty have course outline and text as guidelines. They are employed as adjunct faculty at HVCC. Department Chair observation is made.Once a year/Masters preferred...same as any adjunct facultyMaintaining the integrity of the courses in the Calculus sequence with more adjunct faculty teaching them. in the evenings...or at locations/venues off campus.
Anonymous1Ti83George Matthews(Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NYTI83 or betterReview is interspersed as needed and includes a BRIEF comparison of linear and quadratic models. Slope of a line as RATE of CHANGE is a key concept.(As needed, but at least once a semester.There is a preservice [and refresher] training course of one day during the summer. The supervising College mentor keeps in touch with High school faculty by email, phone, or mail. Some honor this commitment more than others.?Master's degree and/or teaching experience with advanced study.None. But student preparation [precalculus skills] seems increasingly deficient. Most students weem focussed on doing minimal work.Timmy BremerBroome Community CollegeTI86%Timmy Bremer bremer_t@sunybroome.eduSLN My biggest concern is that students in Calculus I either do not remember or have not had the algebraic experience needed to carry out many of the computations required (or even to follow along when I do such things!). Granted, some of the computations (including symbolic ones) can now be handled by calculator or computer software, but the fact that the students are themselves algebraically weak leaves them with little means for properly interpreting what results they obtain, or even to determine if they are correct.Roy CameronSuny cobleskillHughesHallettDerivestarting to use mapleAplease note that projects are not in proper form for distributionDoug Cardell)Central Arizona College  Aravaipa CampusTI  82, 83, 85, 86, or 89VensimSynchronousI haven't taught itIt's great.Margaret SuchowAdirondack Community CollegeTexas Instruments 8392Derive & MapleI do not think that the reformed Calculus is sufficiently rigorous for students pursuing mathematics or engineering and needs to be reserved for those in the soft science fields.Amber KautzmanTI83 or TI83 Plus Recommended
once per yearVA faculty liasion goes to the high school to observe a class and talk with the teacherxmust be established AP curriculum, must have a master's degree in Mathematics, or at least some Real Analysis backgroundTim BiehlerFinger LakesTi83Given the frequency of students taking calc semesters at different colleges (transfer, convenience, etc.) strong encouragement should be given to consistency of topics in each semester among colleges.Leonard MalinowskiFLCCTI 83 plus!Larry Shook and Paula Schlesinger*Mayland Community College, Spruce Pine, NC$We use Maple, but it is not requiredkIt's still being taught the same we learned it 20  30 years ago. Not that that is necessarily a bad thing.Samantha TenEyck
Karen EdwardsPaul Smith's CollegeTuesday J. Johnson Broome CCTelecoursePeter Arvanites(Texas Instruments TI82, 83 Plus, 85, 86qSimplifying algebraic expressions such as complex fractions and rationalizing denominators by using the conjugateI find that many students are so weak in their algebraic and trigonometric skills that they have a difficult time time grasping the concepts of the calculus. Technology enhances their learning, but only to a certain point. For example, using the TI grapDavid Etzwiler/Univ of Wisconsin College  Baraboo/Sauk Countyti92?very quickly review any algebraic ideas students may be weak onadam stinchcombeeastern arizona collegeCoperations on functions (composition, etc.) absolute values, rootsMI am concerned that my traditional department is back in the dark ages in terms of reform and that it collectively has no inclination to move away from what has been done for ages. And ages. And eons. Geez, I want to go into class with a stone tablet and charcoal........like the faculty don't realize that fire has been invented.Roger ANgevine'Somerset Community College, Somerset KYTI 83+, TI 92, or TI 89Lawrence E. BurnsTI89 or 923 times a semester#College faculty set up the meetings.Masters Degree and experience with AP CalculusOur CalcI and II are in good shape but we need to work on the content of the course we call CalcIII. I think our course is behined the current trends in material covered in a CalcIII course.
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