The Univeristy of California at San Diego has developed interesting teacher preparation courses called "Teaching Math: The Challenge" and "Teaching Science: The Challenge".
Archive for October, 2006
Abe Shinzo, the new prime minister of Japan, has continued Koizumi's weekly email magazine. This week, Abe talks about education reform.
CYBERCHASE is an animated TV show with an associated interactive website and it promotes mathematics learning.
Futurelab has an interesting article about Learner Voice, that advocates an organised and institutionalised requirement to listen to learners.
It was good to get away to Ubud in Bali for a few days.
It's starting to feel like 1997, the first year we were in Singapore.
Why do we have so many incompatible power plugs? I'm all for standard plugs, voltages and so on, just like weights and measures should be standardized on the metric system.
The history of wealth creation is quite fascinating. What is money, anyway?
I have always been interested in the close connection between math and music.
Lloyd Banks says: "I wanted to know how to count my money, so I love math."
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