The aim of this article is to present some theoretical and methodological reflections we have incorporated into the design of a lab-course called Differential Calculus, which is based on the current settings of the processes of learning and teaching of this subject. The approach and experimentation of the subject emerges as a conclusion that the current Calculus teaching requires finding and exploiting the experience of a new society, which is surrounded by different digital gadgets that allow the restoration of the movement as conceptual core of calculus.
Parada, S. E., Conde, L. A., & Fiallo, J. (2016). Digital mediation and interdisciplinarity: An approach to the study of variation. Bolema - Mathematics Education Bulletin, 1031-1051. https://doi.org/10.1590/1980-4415v30n56a10