Category Archives: Calculus for Deaf

MOOCs are not oriented towards deaf

MOOC courses are not oriented towards deaf.  Neither are Khan Academy videos.  My book materials consist of some books completely in words for calculus as well as a greater word emphasis for algebra. My books at e-vendor: e-vendor. Deaf people … Continue reading

Posted in Calculus for Deaf, Math for Deaf, MOOCs for Deaf | Leave a comment

Deaf need complete paragraphs in words on math

To teach the deaf math, they need texts as resources that have entire paragraphs in words explaining math concepts with rigor.   The deaf need to communicate more heavily with words in print to get math concepts in and also to … Continue reading

Posted in Calculus for Deaf, Math for Deaf, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Calculus for the Deaf

e-vendor At the link is one of my e-books from the Base Point Test Point Calculus series.  These are all in words without symbols.  These can help deaf people learn calculus. They also help teach math in general, so deaf … Continue reading

Posted in Calculus for Deaf, Math for Deaf, Uncategorized | Leave a comment