## 2019 T^3 Regional Summit – Fayetteville GA – June 20-21, 2019

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Continue reading →Making Sense of Functions Student comprehension of functions is more complete when they are presented with multiple representations. In this session, participants will examine functions outside of the traditional numerical, algebraic, and graphical models. Using the TI-Innovator, numerical input will … Continue reading →

Transforming Roots and Asymptotes Explore the behavior of polynomial and rational functions with dynamic learning tasks that make use of technology. A deeper understanding of the graphs of both families of functions will be developed by activities designed to help … Continue reading →

Connecting With Polar Curves Polar graphs can present quite a conundrum for students as they try to connect many different concepts and representation. We will explore methods for helping students make connection between their past knowledge and the new concepts … Continue reading →

Setting Bounds Calculus gives access to quick approximations through various methods. But how accurate are these approximations? Students frequently struggle in dealing with errors of approximation. This session will explore different ways to help students visualize both error bounds and … Continue reading →

Welcome to Eyes of Newton. This website is dedicated to sharing methods for visualizing the concepts of Calculus. The hope is that content will be slowly added over time.

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