The schedule has moved here. (The schedule will be updated according to the progress of the class. It is your responsibility to check it regularly. Oct 11th: I moved the first part of the schedule at the end, so there is less scrolling)

The link for the presentation evaluation is here.

The link for the slides from September 21st on is here.

If you have any comment or sugestion about the lecture, please submit it here. (Thanks to all who answered. Most of your suggestions were very useful.)

This video has a very clear explanation of how to make activities in Geogebra. It is an excellent resource for math teachers.

**Wednesday Dec 2nd**

Make sure you read the Paper Checklist.

Here is a good lecture about the history of calculus.

A great read: the article The Truth About Isaac Newton’s Productive Plague.

For those of you thinking about extra credit, below is some inspiration.

- Podcast: A brief history of mathematics.
- Here is another podcast, about discrete mathematics.
- A short movie about numbers and other about topology.

**Wednesday Dec 2nd.**

**Monday Nov 30th.**

- Archimedes tangent to the parabola proposition. Archimedes Proposition: If from a point …1… on a parabola a straight line…2.. be drawn which parallel or equal to the axis, and if the segment …3.. is a chord parallel to the tangent to the parabola at ..1.. and meeting …2.. in M, then …4… Conversely, if …4… , then the chord …3.. will be parallel to the tangent at …1…
- Apollonius tangent to the parabola proposition. Consider a line …5.., perpendicular to the axis of the parabola, and through point …6.., intersecting the axis at point ..7… Define point …8., so that …9(equality)…, where …10… is the vertex of the parabola. Then line…11.. is the tangent to the parabola at .12…