- RT @pepsmccrea: No surprise: experts able to provide feedback whilst continuing to monitor the rest of the class https://t.co/eD5kTAGcZ1 3 weeks ago
- RT @pepsmccrea: So much of being an expert (teacher or otherwise) is about efficient perception. books.google.co.uk/books?hl=en&lr… cc @Doug_Lemov h… 3 weeks ago
- @mrbartonmaths Genuinely all of them - can't think of one that I haven't enjoyed or learnt something from. 1 month ago
- Flippin eck!Just listened to 8 hours of @mrbartonmaths maths podcasts. Absolutely brilliant-so much to reflect upon.Thanks Craig! #longdrive 1 month ago
- @GWAS A tiny bit emotional finishing off this speech for our first ever graduating class... 2 months ago
Tag Archives: Geogebra
Annoyingly I’ve never been to a GeoGebra workshop; I’ve only presented on GeoGebra and so I don’t know what other presenters are doing/talking about. My feeling – and this could be completely wrong – is that workshops tend to focus more on … Continue reading
Yesterday was the SGIS Conference; the countdown to the Geogebra Workshop was finally over. Hence, I’ve decided to share a solid proportion of the workshop with everyone that couldn’t be there. Firstly, I have to say that I found it so difficult planning the workshop, … Continue reading
This applet aids investigation of Dan Meyer’s Scrambler Problem. Click on the picture to go to the applet.
Click the picture to go to the applet.
This is definately my favorite applet. Click the picture to go to the link. (This is the second version of the applet. If you want the version without the crowd then you can find it in geogebratube by searching for … Continue reading
Click the picture to see the animation.