Reviving Your Students Using CPR (Creative Presentations Regularly) Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
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PERT Shampoo came out in 1977 when I was a freshman at college in Calculus! It helped a great deal!
Delta Dawn... What's that faded flower you have on? Could it be a faded rose from days gone by?Delta Dawn="Change in Dawn"
I sometimes use an old LP record that I roll and mark along a chalkboard to get the idea of arclength across. The musician was awful, but irrelevant...
I showed a short youtube video about the first ferris wheel and its builder to kick off these problems.
Link for that YT video?
Thanks, Amber !
I had one of those fireman's helmets when I was a kid!
Everything will be up on McKeague.com
Bundt cake would be less messy, I think. LOL
My son is 15 so I don't have his stackable cups anymore but I just ordered a set for $3.99 on Amazon!
Until you try to cut a "shell" out. I find a roll of paper towels very helpful!
not for messiness but for shells
I missed part 1. Is it available on McKeague.com as well?
Hi Margaret, it certainly is! Feel free to check out all of our recorded Zooms here - https://www.mckeague.com/zoom-meetings.html.
Thanks for that. I missed the first one also. Looking forward to seeing # 1
For exponentials I like to play Spiral Staircase's "More Today Than Yesterday" and we create a love vs. time graph
Thank you for the ideas! I'm excited to share some of this with my peers.
Thank you so much!
Alan, I really like the trig stuff you showed us. the tangent idea was amazing
Thank you, this was so upbeat!
Thank you everyone!
That was great! Thank you, Alan.
I will send you a follow up on Friday!
thank you Alan
Thanks so much Alan. This was really fun!. I liked the songs too.
Thank you! This was great. I'm going to watch part 1 next!
Great ideas and songs, bye all
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Thanks, Alan & Pat !!