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Garrett Eastman

Grant To Fund Video Repository of Teaching Excellence in Math and Science - 2 views

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    "A consortium of education organizations will be developing an online repository of classroom videos to help new teachers learn from master instructors how to teach math and science topics in third through sixth grades. The video repository is part of a project funded by a $3 million grant from the United States Department of Education and includes participants from Stanford University and the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), as well as the Teacher Performance Assessment Consortium (TPAC), which AACTE helps to operate."
Garrett Eastman

How We Measure the Universe, Animated | Brain Pickings - 10 views

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    A video from the Royal Observatory Greenwich explaining how maths are used in measurement in astronomy and cosmology.
Garrett Eastman

How to Count Infinity - YouTube - 8 views

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    A video from minutephysics
Garrett Eastman

MIND Research Institute - Home - 9 views

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    "The MIND Research Institute enables elementary and secondary students to reach their full academic and career potential through developing and deploying math instructional software and systems. A non-profit organization, MIND also conducts basic neuroscientific, mathematics, and education research to improve math education and advance scientific understanding."
Garrett Eastman

TED-Ed | Subjects: Mathematics - 7 views

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    Beta of a new TED educational video site, featuring "collaborations between talented educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed platform," and which are available for use as lessons and evaluating student learning. The above link points to the mathematics section
MariaDroujkova

Math Future event: Math Vista on quality of short math videos, Feb 9 at 9pm ET - 3 views

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    Join Rushton Hurley and Corinne Takara of Next Vista in this discussion of math video projects, video quality and the recent video contest.

    All events in the Math Future weekly series: http://mathfuture.wikispaces.com/events
    The recording will be at http://mathfuture.wikispaces.com/NextVista
MariaDroujkova

mathfuture - Karismath - 8 views

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    During the live online event Saturday January 14th 2pm ET, Shad Moarif, the founder of Karismath, will lead brainstorming about mathematical videos and dynamic mathematics in general.

    Event challenge!
    What types of the Grid do you see from the pedagogical perspective?

    Discussions beginning before the event
    This wiki: discussion tab http://mathfuture.wikispaces.com/message/list/Karismath
    LinkedIn: "Math, Math Education, Math Culture" group http://www.linkedin.com/groupItem?view=&gid=33207&type=member&item=88774229&qid=00e42ab4-4f69-453e-8a79-0a181ab07bc9
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/karismath/posts/334691806549990
    Math Future email group: http://groups.google.com/group/mathfuture/browse_thread/thread/071299f3319650cf#

    In a grid, there is an obvious connection between the product cell and the simultaneity of two bits of information coexisting within it. Shad is exploring ways of breaking this connection down into a sequence of transitional steps by distilling them visually. Shad has categorized the Grid into eleven types according to their uses for storing, sorting, and displaying numerical information (see below).

    What pedagogical types of the Grid come to your mind?

    How to join
    Follow this link at the time of the event: http://tinyurl.com/math20event
MariaDroujkova

2aFractions, decimals and percents 2c - 76 videos - YouTube - 19 views

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    A well-organized collection of 76 short videos demonstrating different pedagogical methods for teaching operations with fractions. Includes cool methods such as double number line and equivalent ratios.
Maggie Verster

Introduction: Probability and Counting | Course Hero - 15 views

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    A video lesson on a platform called Course Hero
Garrett Eastman

Mathematics, Common Sense, and Good Luck: My Life and Careers | MIT World - 11 views

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    video of a lecture at MIT given by professor and entrepreneur James Simons, who taught math at Stony Brook, founded an investment business, and now runs the Simons Foundation which "supports basic math and physics as well as autism research."
Roland O'Daniel

AP Calculus AB 2010: Bullis School - 8 views

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    "Stacey Roshan is using an approach dubbed by her students as the "backwards classroom."... The students watch pre-recorded lectures the night before the class, when homework problems are traditionally done, then spend the time in class getting answers to questions, working on additional problems with partners, and getting one-on-one assistance from the teacher. No more lectures in class."

    from The Backwards Class, by Dian Schaffhauser, THE Journal, 02/02/11
Maggie Verster

YouTube - 7x13=28 Another fun version - 17 views

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    Another fun version
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    Thanks! I put it into Fraction Division page (another "mysterious" topic) next to Ma and Pa Kettle one: http://naturalmath.wikispaces.com/Divide+a+fraction+by+a+fraction
David Wetzel

Tips and Tricks for Podcasting - Part 3 - 3 views

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    This is third and final installment on "Tips and Tricks for Podcasting" and focuses on GarageBand.
David Wetzel

How to Integrate Podcasting into Science and Math Classes - 12 views

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    Most of today's students either own or use iPods, iPod Touches, MP3 Players, and computers everyday. These digital tools provide a natural strategy to support student learning - Podcasts!

Judy Hagemann

YouTube- Follow the Money - 6 views

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    “Follow the Money” was created by graduate students Christian Thiemann and Daniel Grady at the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwe...
Roland O'Daniel

YouTube - The Indefinite Integral or Anti-derivative - 3 views

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    Series of videos by Khan Academy, a not-for-profit organization with the mission of giving access to knowledge to anyone, anywhere.

    Great opportunity for students to see lectures at their own pac.
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