## 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 | Oct 6, 2011 | Algebra, Find and Use Data, Prealgebra, Probability and Statistics, Teaching Math | 0 |

If you ever needed a REASON to calculate the highest point of a parabola that opens downward, here’s one. Possibly Related Posts: Battle of the (free) Digital Whiteboarding Tools Tips for Getting the Right Screencast...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 9, 2010 | Find and Use Data, Futuring, Teaching Math | 0 |

Futurist Peter Bishop was one of the keynote presenters at MichMATYC 2010 this year. He spoke to...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 12, 2010 | Assessment for Math, CAS, Find and Use Data, Teaching Math | 0 |

I let my students use Wolfram Alpha when they are in class and when they are doing their homework...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Aug 23, 2010 | Data Visualization, Edge of Learning, Find and Use Data | 0 |

I just finished watching the TED Talk by David McCandless called “The Beauty of Data...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | May 11, 2010 | CAS, Find and Use Data, Future of Math, Teaching Math | 0 |

The talk is titled “Computing a Theory of Everything” Possibly Related Posts: Battle...

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 15, 2010 | CAS, Digital Graphs and Diagrams, Find and Use Data, Future of Math, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

Okay, technically it was a workshop at ICTCM, but with 30 math faculty in one room, all armed with computers, I couldn’t help but make it a discovery and brainstorming session too. I’m a firm believer in harnessing...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Jan 26, 2010 | CAS, Classroom Technology, Digital Graphs and Diagrams, eLearning, Find and Use Data, Interactive Math Online, Lecture Capture, Teaching Math Online, Video Collections for Learning | 0 |

In a “pilot” program, we used Camtasia to record several sessions at the 2009 AMATYC Conference in Las Vegas. Several of these recordings are now available on the AMATYC 2009 Conference Proceedings Website. In...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 3, 2009 | CAS, Digital Graphs and Diagrams, Find and Use Data, Interactive Math Online, Math Ed Research, Online Homework, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

While I was at Wolfram Alpha Homework Day, I participated in a Panel Discussion about the Myths about Teaching with Technology. The panel ran 30 minutes and was mediated by Elizabeth Corcoran. There were three of us (all women,...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 23, 2009 | CAS, Digital Age Projects, Digital Literacy, Find and Use Data, Online Homework, Quantitative Reasoning, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

For at least a decade, we have had the ability to let CAS software perform computational mathematics, yet computational skills are still a large portion of the mathematics curriculum. Enter Wolfram|Alpha. Unlike traditional CAS...

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