Monthly Archives: March 2010

My Ten Favorite Programs

After reading Sue Waters’ excellent post entitled “How to not have a problem uploading photos and using up storage space” on The Edubloger, I remembered that I have been putting off this post for a few weeks now. What software … Continue reading

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Bribery works sometimes!

Year 10 is a difficult level to teach. Until students reach VCE they will often dis-engage from learning. Learning profiles will often show a ‘backwards’ trend. So in class last week I resorted to bribery! The topic was conditional probability. I started my … Continue reading

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A Human Endeavour

It worries me greatly when Mathematics teaching is de-humanised. Sure learning can take place by listening to a lecture, either in person or via technology. But by the interaction of human beings, much more powerful learning can take place. Here … Continue reading

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