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For each calculus topic, we create 1-4 short videos to explain the topic and provide examples. Then, we create questions for students to answer before and after watching the videos, and (depending on the details of the experimental design) also include various resources for the students to use prior to watching the videos.
Each collection of videos, questions, and interventions is hosted on the Ximera platform, which records students’ responses as well as how they interact with each video–the timestamps when they pause, play, skip, and complete watching each video.
We take all of these data and analyze them using quantitative and qualitative techniques to paint a picture of how students use and interact with the videos, what they learn from watching the videos, and how their usage is related to their learning.
The materials below are still rough drafts; final versions of all of the materials will be posted for the Fall, 2019 semester.
|Topic||Video 0 Version||Outline Version||Control Version|
|Differentiability and Local Linearity||Link||Link||Link|
|Limit Def of Derivative||Link||Link||Link|
|Using the Limit Definition of Derivative||Link||Link||Link|
|Slopes of Secants and Tangents||Link||Link||Link|
|Basic Derivative Rules||Link||Link||Link|
|Mean Value Theorem|
|Extreme Value Theorem|
|Riemann Sums Intro||Link||Link||Link|
|Riemann Sum Notation||Link||Link||Link|
|FTOC 1 - Integrals are Antiderivatives|
|FTOC 2 - variable in bounds|