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WisWeb applets

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The WisWeb is a website mathematics education
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WisWeb is Freudenthal Institute's website for secondary math education (Learners of 12 to 18 years old).

 

The main focus of the site is applets; small computer programs that run over the internet.

 

Moreover, the site offers information on the DME, the Digital Math Environment.

 

The applets are small interactive learning tools which learners can use for several purposes, such as to...
- explore a problem situation,
- discover a representation or a concept,
- construct and explore 3D-objects, or
- practice a skill.

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john Larmour's curator insight, September 24, 2013 4:10 PM

some good apps to play with

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Appointlet

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Appointlet is an Appointment Scheduling Tool Built For Google Calendar.

 

Many Learning Provider Stakeholders have to deal with making appointments and then logging them into a calendar so they can actually remember to keep them.

 

There are easier ways.

 

Appointlet is one that those stakeholders may want to take a closer look at.

 

Appointlet lets those wishing to make appointments to use the web hosted applet to see the calendar and schedule an appointment with individuals (Selected from a list).

 

They can look at availablility, and with a couple of clicks add their name to the selected schedule. 

 

The biggest plus is the integration with Google Calendar.

 

When a client schedules an appointment with an individual, it will automatically show up in their calendar.

 

Appointlet also has a built-in reminder system, so if having it in your calendar isn't enough, individuals will be alerted.

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