Here is a tip that I picked up at the Tablet presentation at AMATYC involving TI-Smartview. You don’t have to have a tablet to use this tip. It will work for anyone!Watch the short video clip to see how to import the...Read More
I don’t have one… but I am sure considering it (and hoping that my college will buy me one)… these tablet and slate PCs (no keyboard) can be great for teaching math in a distance format. One of the AMATYC...Read More
Here is a link to the presentation this morning from Bruce Yoshiwara and Mike Martin about NSDL and MathDL. Interesting tidbits from this presentation: You can search MathDL by a specific brand of software. So, for example, if...Read More
I stopped by the Wolfram booth to say hi and see what they are up to… of course, you know that I love using the FREE Wolfram Demonstrations in my classes and my online lesson videos. If you are unfamiliar with the Wolfram...Read More
AMSER is a clearinghouse containing approximately digital resources for applied math and science. It is part of the NSDL (National Science Digital Library) and it is free to use. You can create folders to organize your resources...Read More
Okay, the rep said he wasn’t postive that this actually comes standard with MathType 6, but on his machine, there was a Chemistry tab with some cool chemistry stuff.Maybe Bob can enlighten us about whether this is a...Read More
Try this, for $600 (although I could’ve sworn he said $400). Turn your regular whiteboard into an interactive whiteboard (just like a Smartboard). This slim mimio XI whiteboard hardware add on mounts on the board and turns...Read More
Although I wasn’t supposed to give a presentation today, I found myself in the right place at the right time, and was drafted into talking because there was a room full of people and no presenter. Dan Petrak and I gave the...Read More
One of the sessions I attended this morning was the themed session called “Math on the Web,” a series of short 15-minute presentations about online mathematics.I have five of the six sessions here that you can click...Read More
I have always tried to teach algebra in a way that is understandable, interesting, and active. Although you can find activities for teaching algebra to younger students (6th and 7th graders), I have never found a good classroom...Read More
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