## Contemporary Algebra Collection (new resources 2/4/2019)

The Contemporary Algebra Collection now contains 28 activities spread from basic math to...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Feb 4, 2019 | Algebra, College Algebra, Find and Use Data, Math by Subject, Quantitative Reasoning, Teaching Math | 0 |

The Contemporary Algebra Collection now contains 28 activities spread from basic math to...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Jan 15, 2019 | Active Learning in Math, College Algebra, Digital Literacy, eLearning, Find and Use Data, Math for Liberal Arts, Quantitative Reasoning | 0 |

Now you can add Graphs in the World to your courses in the LMS! Create a new “page” in...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 30, 2018 | Algebra, Calculus (SV), Classroom Life, College Algebra, Curiosity, Data Visualization, Discussion Boards, Edge of Learning, Exploration, Interdisciplinary Studies, Learning Design, Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Probability and Statistics, Quantitative Reasoning, Studying Social Media | 0 |

I’ve been spending the first 5-10 minutes of every 2-hour math class discussing graphs in...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 16, 2018 | Active Learning in Math, Calculators, College Algebra, Life in the Math Classroom, Math by Subject, Teaching Math | 0 |

Today’s talk from AMATYC was “Taking the Algebra Out of College Algebra” (to...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 27, 2017 | Algebra, Classroom Life, College Algebra, Exploration, Learning Design, Life in the Math Classroom, Math by Subject, Metacognition, Teaching Math | 0 |

I am often asked how to get learners to spend more time “exploring” in their learning rather than...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Mar 11, 2017 | Adult Learning, College Algebra, Data Driven Decisions, Edge of Learning, eLearning, Higher Education, Learning Analytics, Learning Design, MOOCs | 0 |

Learning at Scale: Using Research To Improve Learning Practices and Technology for Teaching Math...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 13, 2011 | CAS, College Algebra, Teaching Math | 0 |

I am really getting fed up tired of having to explain Wolfram Alpha graphs to students. For some...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 14, 2011 | Algebra, Calculus (SV), Classroom Math Games, College Algebra, Digital Math Games, Math for Elem Teachers, Play and Learn | 0 |

To view the collections of Math Games, hover over the Games Menu, and go to one of the dropdown...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 13, 2010 | Algebra, Calculus (SV), CAS, College Algebra, Find and Use Data, Math Ed Research, Teaching Math | 0 |

For a few months now, the NYT Opinionator Blog has been hosting a series of pieces that do a phenomenally good job of explaining mathematics in layman’s terms. The latest article is about Calculus (with a promise of more...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Mar 16, 2010 | Algebra, CAS, College Algebra, Digital Graphs and Diagrams, Teaching Math | 0 |

At the Wolfram Alpha Workshop at ICTCM, there was universal disappointment about the fact that you cannot get a graph of a logarithm that is only over the real numbers. We tried everything we could think of to remove the...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 26, 2009 | Algebra, Calculus (SV), College Algebra, Communicating Math, Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math, Video Collections for Learning | 0 |

The Sputnik Observatory, is dedicated to providing a venue for viewing and sharing ideas and philosophies of contemporary culture. Jonathan Harris, who worked on the mindblowing sociological website We Feel Fine, is the site...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | May 29, 2009 | Algebra, College Algebra, Communicating Math, Digital Age Projects, Teaching Math | 0 |

Finally, I’ve made a sequel to Funky Function Notation. Here is Intriguing Inverses. Feel free to use it in online courses or use in the classroom. Enjoy. Possibly Related Posts: Strategies for Giving Tests with...

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