Tuesday, April 26, 2011

More on Creativity in Calculus

Recently, I wrote about Creativity in Calculus.

Here is another project.
 Also, Susan Cantey showed me some projects she had completed.

Susan (Macintyre) Cantey was born in Scotland in 1950 the daughter of two mathematics professors. She came to America in 1959 and currently resides in Ohio. Susan has been composing music and writing songs since she was twelve. Her biggest sellers are math songs, but she writes across many genres. Her music is available at CDBaby and itunes. Susan graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Cincinnati in 1978
with a BA in Mathematics and a BS in Secondary Education. She completed her Master’s Degree in 1983. Susan makes her living teaching mathematics at Walnut Hills High School. She has taught every math course offered at the school sometime during her career, but her favorite subject is calculus. She won the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching in 1987 and has been National Board Certified since 1997. She is married to David G. Cantey, has one son and three grandchildren.

Awesome Job Susan!!!


  1. Susan has inspired my students to make their own Calculus related songs too! Take a look, http://www.youtube.com/cistheta2007#g/c/8E2A8DE4C0DA6B2A

    I also record all my math classes for YouTube, http://www.youtube.com/calcpage2009#g/c/AA6688F60255BEFD

    A. Jorge Garcia

  2. Awesome thanks!!! Videos look awesome!