This article and its sequel will together highlight a set of nine classroom ready projects that draw on the remarkable writing of Leonhard Euler (1707–1783) as a means to help students develop an understanding of standard topics from today’s undergraduate mathematics curriculum. Part of a larger collection of primary source projects intended for use in a wide range of undergraduate mathematics courses, these projects are freely available to students and their instructors. We provide a general description of the pedagogical design underlying these projects, more detailed descriptions of the individual projects themselves, and instructions for obtaining downloadable copies for classroom use.
Barnett, Janet Heine; Klyve, Dominic; Monks, Kenneth M.; and Parker, Adam E.
"Learning Mathematics from the Master: A Collection of Euler-based Primary Source Projects for Today’s Students, Part I,"
Euleriana: 2(1), pp.40-50.
Available at: https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/euleriana/vol2/iss1/6