A reader of Interactive Mathematics found a rounding error in my Flash-based mortgage calculator.
Archive for September, 2006
I saw the SMART Board interactive whiteboard at ICET last week. It has a lot of potential for encouraging collaborative learning.
Finding the SMART Board interactive whiteboard distibutor in Singapore proved a challenge. There are lessons in search engine optimisation here.
The Kane Dead Reckoning Computer was a clever combination of two slide rules - a circular one and a linear one. It helped pilots to perform calculations.
An interesting study of 2,300 British students aged 11 to 16 showed that three in five 11-16 year-olds would like to use computer games to learn in school. That means 2 in 5 don't.
I came across this interesting article recently - "Evaluation Check List for Free Math Web Sites". How does my "Interactive Mathematics" site stack up?
Steve Irwin's demise will leave a big hole in the conservation movement.
Hey Dubya, how many billion dollars a month did you say you were spending in Iraq...?
I’m shocked. But then, with the woolly debates that go on endlessly in the US, it’s not surprising really, that only 40% accept evolution and 40% believe it is false. The rest don’t know. A comparison of peoples’ views in 34 countries finds that the United States ranks near the bottom when it comes to […]
Who invented the WWW? How did the son of 2 mathematics teachers change the world?
See the blog sitemap for all previous articles.