PhET is is an incredible collection of interactive simulations for math and science from the University of Colorado at Boulder. They are high quality, research-based, free, and open licensed. And they offer accompanying teaching resources as well. If you aren’t
I’ve mostly been too consumed with the pilot of the P2PU School of Ed to think much about what comes next, but here are two interesting things that have bubbled to the surface. First, the idea to remix an open
So I’ve got the Moodle 2 site set up for the math textbook remix project I’m doing as a part of two P2PU courses. I took a look at the Common Core standards for math as they related to fractions.
Sal Kahn through his Khan Academy has built a tremendous collection of over 1800 open-licensed videos offering instruction in math and science. They cover topics in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, statistics calculus, and more and are licensed under CC BY SA.
A King County Superior Court judge has ruled in favor of parent plaintiffs, ordering the Seattle School Board to take another look at their math textbook choice. This is another episode in the infamous “math wars,” which have pitted the