I just caut the end and liked here take on calculus and life.
"In Differential Calculus, we divide segments into infinitesimally small moments in order to analyze precisely what is happening at a single point in time. In Integral Calculus, we accumulate those moments through infinite summations. This unit exposes the lesson of connecting not only to each other but to the very depth of calculus. We differentiate: I hold each learner’s story, moment by moment. Then we integrate: we come together, or accumulate, and connect as a community, knowing we belong to each other. "
Rebecka is a proud immigrant of Swedish-Iranian descent and lived in several countries around the world as her parents traveled as medical missionaries.
Before joining the faculty at Union High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Rebecka taught for three years at the collegiate level. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Oklahoma Wesleyan University and a master’s degree in mathematics from the University of South Dakota.
See the article on her at National Teacher of the year | Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)