This file will help you to investigate which is the quickest path for the Taco Cart Problem posed by Dan Meyer at his blog dy/dan. It also lets you investigate the problem if the two people are going at different speeds on the sand and the path. Click on the picture below to try it out.
- RT @annemathswatson: "Variation unplugged" is now on pmtheta.com and guaranteed to be very nearly jargon-free. Maybe. 4 days ago
- RT @HFletcherWood: 'John Hattie is Wrong'. @RobertSlavin examined Visible Learning and found that "Hattie’s meta-meta-analyses grab big num… 3 weeks ago
- RT @pauljamespetit: Please help Grade 11 during Service Day on June 15th by donating old bikes to #Velafrica facebook.com/Velafrica1 @GWASw… 1 month ago
- RT @ollie_lovell: A fascinating finding. The difference between the learning outcomes from self and peer grading. Probably to do with the h… 1 month ago
- RT @MrMattock: #rEDRugby dont interleave by jumping topics too early! Good point from @jemmaths. Pupils need to spend time thinking deeply… 1 month ago