Calculus : the Standard Deviants core curriculum / the Cerebellum Corporation ; a presentation of Films for the Humanities & Sciences.

Format
Video/Projected medium
Language
English
Published/​Created
Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, [1999], ©1999.
Description
10 videocassettes (268 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in. + teacher's guide (1 computer disc : color ; 4 3/4 in.).

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Subject(s)
Related name
Summary note
Combines serious academic content with a humorous presentation style to help make calculus more accessible. Used as a supplement to lectures, as a pre-exam review, or for independent study, each program skillfully employs elements such as clever mnemonics, high-tech computer graphics, and entertaining vignettes to boost retention and confidence while driving home core concepts through concise explanations and challenging problems.
Notes
The accompanying teachers guide on CD-ROM contains printable program outlines, handouts for students, teachers' tips, and quizzes with solutions.
Creation/​Production credits
Lead academic consultant, Jim Sandefur ; adjunct academic faculty, E. Ray Bobo ; writer, David Sturdevant ; producer, Nicole Ballivian.
System details
VHS.
Contents
  • [1] Functions and limits (24 min.)
  • [2] One-sided limits and limits involving infinity (32 min.)
  • [3] Continuity and differentiability (31 min.)
  • [4] Derivative rules and tangent lines (24 min.)
  • [5] Higher derivatives and the chain rule (21 min.)
  • [6] Curve sketching (23 min.)
  • [7] Extrema and max/min word problems (34 min.)
  • [8] Position, velocity, and an introduction to antiderivatives (24 min.)
  • [9] Integration techniques (21 min.)
  • [10] Definite integrals and Riemann sums (34 min.).
Other title(s)
  • Standard Deviants core curriculum
  • Functions and limits.
  • One-Sided limits and limits involving infinity.
  • Continuity and differentiability.
  • Derivative rules and tangent lines.
  • Higher derivatives and the chain rule.
  • Curve sketching.
  • Extrema and max/min word problems.
  • Position, velocity, and an introduction to antiderivatives.
  • Integration techniques.
  • Definite integrals and Riemann sums.
Publisher no.
FFH 10152--FFH 10161
OCLC
44022326
RCP
C - S
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