This past semester I (Jennifer Schaefer) taught single-variable calculus. Like many of you, I have taught this course numerous times, so I have a good collection of examples, lecture notes, homework questions, and exams to draw from. One would think that with all of these prepared materials, this course could become intellectually stagnant, but I have found it to be just the opposite. Because it is an introductory course, each new semester brings a new group of students with varied backgrounds, diverse interests, and new and interesting questions, and this past semester was no different.
Forrester, Jeffrey, Jennifer Schaefer, and Barry Tesman. "‘But My Physics Teacher Said...’ A Mathematical Approach to a Physical Problem." 33, no. 6 (December 2013/January 2014): 18-19.