- What is the first principle of differentiation?
- What are the pedagogical approaches used in the curriculum?
- What is the difference between respect and differentiation?
- What is differentiation in real life?
- What do derivatives tell us?
- What is the use of integrals in real life?
- Why do we need to localize and contextualize the curriculum?
- How do you interpret the first derivative?
- How do you tell if the second derivative is positive or negative?
- What is the purpose of differentiation in the classroom?
- How do you write an Leq in Apush?
- What is contextualized approach to learning?

## What is the first principle of differentiation?

In this section, we will differentiate a function from “first principles”. This means we will start from scratch and use algebra to find a general expression for the slope of a curve, at any value x. First principles is also known as “delta method”, since many texts use Δx (for “change in x) and Δy (for “change in y”).

## What are the pedagogical approaches used in the curriculum?

What are the pedagogical approaches? The different pedagogical approaches could be broken down into four categories: behaviourism, constructivism, social constructivism, and liberationist.

## What is the difference between respect and differentiation?

As nouns the difference between respect and differentiation is that respect is (uncountable) an attitude of consideration or high while differentiation is differentiation (all senses).

## What is differentiation in real life?

Application of Derivatives in Real Life. To calculate the profit and loss in business using graphs. To check the temperature variation. To determine the speed or distance covered such as miles per hour, kilometre per hour etc. Derivatives are used to derive many equations in Physics.

## What do derivatives tell us?

Simply put, an increasing function is one that is rising as we move from left to right along the graph, and a decreasing function is one that falls as the value of the input increases. If the function has a derivative, the sign of the derivative tells us whether the function is increasing or decreasing.

## What is the use of integrals in real life?

In Physics, Integration is very much needed. For example, to calculate the Centre of Mass, Centre of Gravity and Mass Moment of Inertia of a sports utility vehicle. To calculate the velocity and trajectory of an object, predict the position of planets, and understand electromagnetism.

## Why do we need to localize and contextualize the curriculum?

We localize and contextualize the curriculum and the use of learning materials in terms of Geography, Cultural Diversity and Individuality. It helps teachers and students comprehend concepts by relating and presenting lesson on the context of prevailing local environment, culture, and resources.

## How do you interpret the first derivative?

The first derivative primarily tells us about the direction the function is going. That is, it tells us if the function is increasing or decreasing. The first derivative can be interpreted as an instantaneous rate of change. The first derivative can also be interpreted as the slope of the tangent line.

## How do you tell if the second derivative is positive or negative?

The second derivative tells whether the curve is concave up or concave down at that point. If the second derivative is positive at a point, the graph is bending upwards at that point. Similarly if the second derivative is negative, the graph is concave down.

## What is the purpose of differentiation in the classroom?

The objective of differentiation is to lift the performance of all students, including those who are falling behind and those ahead of year level expectations. Differentiation benefits students across the learning continuum, including students who are highly able and gifted.

## How do you write an Leq in Apush?

Elements you must include (also see rubric)

- Relevant thesis statement that addresses all parts of the question.
- Support of thesis with specific evidence/examples from your background knowledge.
- Apply historical thinking skills as directed by the question.

## What is contextualized approach to learning?

Contextualized Teaching and Learning (CTL) engages students in active learning while assisting them to make meaning out of the information they are obtaining. Many people learn better and faster, and retain information longer, when they are taught concepts in context.