What computer skills do we need to teach kids? Nielsen provides some interesting insight.
Archive for February, 2007
The movie tells the story of how Dr Jeffrey Wigand blew the lid on the tobacco industry's lies about smoking addiction. There is also a revealing insight into the fear that big business can bring to the media.
There was an interesting article about Ron Fedkiw of Stanford. He is heavily involved in the mathematics behind computer graphics.
In this newsletter:
1. This month's math tips
2. Chinese New Year
3. Latest Revisions
4. From the math blog
Gaisma has many interesting day/night graphs, which are (almost) sine curves.
Some lecturers ban students from using Wikipedia for research. Is this the right way to go?
Russ Weakley ran an interesting CSS workshop in Singapore today.
The Moors were Muslims who overtook Spain in the 8th century AD, bringing with them a Renaissance of learning, especially in math and science.
Shigeru Miyagawa recently shared his work on online education projects at MIT.
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