Want to understand mathematics? This place is for you! Free videos + free ebooks = better education. Chris Tisdell is mathematician, educator, author and former DJ. He is a champion of free and open online learning resources.
IXL is the Web's most comprehensive maths practice site. Popular among educators and families, IXL provides unlimited questions in more than 2,000 topics. An adaptive learning system, featuring games and awards, inspires students to achieve.
Adam Spencer isn’t just the host of the Australian radio program Triple J Breakfast Show. He also has a degree in pure mathematics...
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With his TED Talk, Spencer is launching a YouTube channel dedicated to the hunt for monster prime numbers, to math and science breakthroughs in general, and to videos of generally cool stuff. Also on the channel — this Q&A with Spencer from TEDxSydney about his experience speaking at TED2013.
Calendars come in all sorts of forms, from the purely functional apps on our smartphones to the propped-up desktop ones that are mostly just a means of delivering a new Far Side joke every day. The Units of Measure Calendar Poster, as its name suggests, isn’t the most straightforward one to categorize. Or even one that’s easy to recognize as a calendar at all.
It doesn’t leave any room for you to jot down appointments, though it does include all 365 days, which you can notch off one by one. Mostly, it’s just an exquisite graphical compilation of 12 different units of measurement, a tightly packed collection of diagrams and conversion tables and other neat looking things of the sort.
Math apps can range from flash cards to calculators to graphing. One day an iPAD can be a textbook, a calculator, and a review sheets. Lately, there has been several reference apps released that contain formulas and other reference materials.
The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers has collaborated with experts from leading Australian universities to create Top Drawer Mathematics. This resource explores good teaching practice across five mathematical topics: fractions, mental computation, patterns, and statistical literacy and reasoning.
"The Art of Problem Solving offers a variety of tutorial resources for students. Some of the resources are free and some are not. The highlight of the free resources is a catalog of more than three hundred short instructional videos, he bulk of the videos are designed for pre-algebra and algebra lessons." Richard Byrne, Free Technology for Teachers 2014.
McLogan's goal is to create 10,000 online math videos. Right now, he has nearly 4,000. He said ultimately, he would like to design a program that other teachers can use in their own classrooms. Learn more at http://www.freemathvideos.com/
GMAT Tip: What Geometry Questions Really Measure Businessweek While this common question may seem like sour grapes from those who abhor spatial thinking or square roots of three, it's actually a meaningful exercise in adjusting your mindset to...
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