We propose a geometrical/mechanical device for STEM labs on Calculus. The device can be assembled in various modes, each one related to mathematical contents. Among them, starting from the tangent, one can touch derivatives and integrals and construct exponential functions.
Easily assemble the machine in the suitable mode
Download the default sheets or customize them in the web form
Learning with your hands!
Assemble the device to explore the tangent; derivatives and integrals; exponential functions.
Link mathematics with instruments to make touchable even advanced math
We resume and implement some ideas of Leibniz and other relevant scholars
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It permits us to touch and grasp concepts of infinitesimal analysis (usually called Calculus). Specifically, Calculus contents are implemented without the limit approach (at the base of today’s formulation of Calculus) but by the resolution of problems related to tangents (it geometrically/mechanically solves inverse tangent problems).
No, there are no electronic components. Furthermore, differently from digital devices that hide their complex way and work as a black box, the device has been designed to hide nothing from users. However, besides the hands-on activities, you could require a printer to print the paper sheets to be used with the machine (you can easily personalize your sheets, e.g. by drawing some curves, with an online form).
There are but not yet in the final state. We will share them with the community, and we will also share our academic research tests and results. We’ll be glad to hear your ideas, suggestions, and critics! Be a part of that!
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With a suitable artifact, we proposed it in workshops with students, academic researchers, and the curious. That allowed us to test, improve, and share these ideas and some related activities
Both theoretical and practical knowledge permitted to design a new device with educational purposes for Calculus. It was prototyped and patented.
The collaboration with a Science Museum (“Cabinet de Curiosité,” Brest, France) facilitated the passage from theorical ideas to material devices. We reconstructed some lost historical mechanical devices for mathematics
Everything started with a strange doctoral project developed between Italy (Palermo) and France (Paris Sorbonne). The project merged ideas about mathematics, history & philosophy, scientific instruments, and education.