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.

Please contact us to learn more about the project.


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