published by David Wees on Sat, 09/21/2013 - 15:33
Here are some ways you can use technology in your math class which are more interesting and innovative than using an interactive white board or having students watch instructional videos. Note that these ideas are all examples of potential student uses of technology.
published by David Wees on Thu, 04/18/2013 - 15:56
The purpose of this post is to show an example of using math in the context of programming. I've written the post as I created the project, to try and outline my thinking during this process as much as I can. This is an example of me applying math that I know to a different context, creating a spiral of numbers. In a future post I plan on exploring what learning new mathematics through programming could look like.
published by David Wees on Thu, 10/25/2012 - 16:58
I recently realized that I have a tonne of different math mini-applications that I've built over the years, and I will need to take the time to catalog them at some stage (note that some of these will just not run in Internet Explorer). For now, here's a list of the ones that might be useful, in no particular order:
published by David Wees on Tue, 07/31/2012 - 14:56
Here are some images I'm collecting for future presentations on technology. Each of the images is intended to ask a question, and to have people reflect on their own use of technology, and our society's use of technology.