Archive for the ‘Learning (general)’ Category

What did Euclid really say about geometry?

Euclid-tetrahedronEuclid's math textbook has been in use for over 2,300 years.

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Use it or lose it

dementia brain scanIt can be a good idea for the health of our brains to keep working as late as possible.

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Cookie jar math

kuih bangkit packagingHow can we neatly stack cookies into a circular jar? This mathematics is called "tessellations".

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TechXav - a student-run tech blog

TechXav has good quality articles covering tech news and Web 2.0 developments.

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The coming EcoBounty

greenwashing scaleA new report from Trendwatching.com opens up many opportunities for job-seekers and for schools who prepare them.

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Intel Schools of Distinction - real-life math gets the nod

Some schools stand out in the way they approach math and science education. See what some of the winning schools did.

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Obama inauguration - Oh happy day

Some thoughts on a significant day — for the world.

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Project Euler

Project Euler has some interesting math questions that require the use of computer algorithms to solve.

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Disrupting Class

Computers in school are disruptive - but that's not a bad thing, according to this book.

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Review: How Computer Games Help Children Learn

"How Computer Games Help Children Learn" is an interesting look at the world of learning games.

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