The Calculus Video Project is an NSF-funded project Investigating Student Learning and Sense-Making from Instructional Calculus Videos (awards DUE #1712312, DUE #1711837 and DUE #1710377).
The growing interest in progressive instructional formats such as “flipped” and “blended” classrooms has made video lessons an increasingly prominent component of post-secondary mathematics curricula. However, relatively little is known about how students watch and learn from instructional videos.
We have created instructional videos and supporting resources--including pre- and post-video questions, in-class tasks, Powerpoint slides, and files that can be imported into learning management systems (e.g., Canvas, Blackboard, etc.). All of these materials are free for instructors to use.
- Read more about the project
- Watch our videos
- Access our resources for instructors
- Use our LMS modules to add our materials to your LMS (Canvas, Blackboard, Moodle, D2L, or Sakai)
- Use our powerpoint slides to make your own versions of our videos
- Read our publications
Please contact us to learn more about the project.
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