My Calculus MindMap of Resources

Calculus Flash Cards – 100 cards created by some of my former Calculus II students

Newton and Leibniz: The Calculus Controversy Poster

“Infinite Powers: The Story of Calculus” by Dr. Steven Strogatz (2021 National Math Fest Presentation) – Everyone has heard of calculus, but why is it so important? In this talk, Dr. Strogatz will try to clarify the fantastic idea at the heart of calculus. With the help of pictures and stories, he’ll trace where calculus came from and then show how it – in partnership with medicine, philosophy, science, and technology – reshaped the course of civilization and helped make the world modern.

George’s Math Aids for Calculus

Math Animated™ – Math Animated is a modern course-ware for Calculus, with animated and interactive graphics, free of charge.

MAA’s Calculus Applets using GeoGebra – This collection of thirty Geogebra applets has been upgraded to use HTML 5, so they will run on tablets. The applets cover limits, differentiation, applications of the derivative, and the integral. The style is clean and focuses on the ideas that the author wants to emphasize.

SFU Applets and Resources for Calculus

University of Arizona Calculus Resources

**Newton’s Method**

Newton’s Method Interactive Graph

Newton’s Method, accuracy and floating point numbers

**Integration**

Partial Fractions Cover-Up Method

**Sequences and Series**

Desmos – Taylor Series Visualization

George’s Math Aids for Calculus

Thanksgiving-themed Calculus video in which Professor Svernigbledegeh presents a little-known “fact” about the number pi. (Geogebra Activity)

Exploring Series (Geogebra Exploration by Tuyetdong Phan-Yamada)

**Multivariate Calculus Resources**