Here is the project description from your syllabus.DescriptionProjects can tak

Here is the project description from your syllabus.
Projects can take various forms, such as Zines, lecture videos, exams with solutions manuals/grading rubrics, and more. These projects allow you to demonstrate your mastery of the material in ways that suit your learning style. Zines: Create a visually engaging zine that explains key concepts from a selected section. Use illustrations, diagrams, and concise explanations to convey the material.
Lecture Videos: Develop a series of short lecture videos covering specific topics within a section. Explain concepts, provide examples, and guide viewers through problem-solving. (Most strongly recommended) Exams with Solutions Manuals and Grading Rubrics: Design a comprehensive exam that tests understanding of a particular section. Include a solutions manual with detailed explanations and a grading rubric for self-assessment. (Strongly recommended) Interactive Online Modules: Create interactive online modules using platforms like HTML, CSS, or JavaScript. Include animations, quizzes, and simulations to illustrate concepts from various sections.
Graphical Representations: Develop graphical representations, such as infographics or posters, to visually explain the relationships and applications of concepts within a section.
Educational Board Games: Create an educational board game centered around calculus concepts. Include rules, game pieces, and questions that reinforce learning through play. (Strongly recommended) Peer Teaching Sessions: Organize and lead a peer teaching session on a specific topic. Prepare materials, examples, and engage your classmates in the learning process. (Strongly recommended) Mathematical Modeling Project: Develop a mathematical model for a real-world problem, applying the principles of calculus. Present your model, assumptions, and conclusions. (Strongly recommended) Data Analysis Project: Collect and analyze data, applying calculus concepts to draw conclusions. Present your findings and explain how calculus contributes to the interpretation of data.
Artistic Expression: Express calculus concepts through art, whether it’s through paintings, sculptures, or digital art. Use creativity to convey mathematical ideas.
Programming Project: Develop a computer program or script that simulates a calculus concept. Showcase your coding skills in solving mathematical problems. (Strongly recommended) Effort
An individual project should take you about 1 day of work (3-6 hours). If a project takes more work, please let me know and we can consider counting it for more. Sharing
Your project will require a presentation unless it is a video. Also, all projects will be shared with the class.
Here is a great video explaining one of the more interesting topics later in the semester.
Second, here is a more fun and creative project.

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