For my online courses, I have created (and am continuing to create) several learning activities using online resources.
These activities are based on geogebra worksheets. Geogebra is awesome fun, and you should probably check it out if you haven’t (at least if you’re the kind of person that finds my blog interesting, you definitely should). Some of these have materials to go with them, and I have tried to include those here as well. No promises, though.
- Euler Subset Diagram with Video Solution
- The Number System
- Set Operations and Venn Diagrams
- Basic Absolute Value Inequalities on the Number Line
- Function Transformations with instructions (to keep with tradition, afterwards you need to have a conversation about why -h is more useful than +w)
- Inverse Functions with instructions
Desmos Online Graphing Calculator Activities
These could actually be done with any graphing calculator capable of graphing relations, but I haven’t seen an online calculator nicer than Desmos. I especially like the fact that I can have students create a free account, save the graphs, and send me a link. These instructions for activities using the Desmos are shared through ShareLaTeX.
- Circle Graphing Activity
- Identifying Functions in Implicit Form
- Roots of Polynomial Functions
- Domain and Range of Exponential Functions