Internet in a Box25.02.2020
Interesting project to get technology to remote places on our planet. http://internet-in-a-box.org/
Here is a link to an interactive Python tutorial.Read More…
These videos are to help students work through the problems given in the quadratic equation task. The problems slowly build up to the quadratic formula as well as the p-q-formula.
I have also been working on optimizing the format of the video clips.
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Found this wonderful program to draw with called mypaint.
The official website is http://mypaint.org/Read More…
Scratch and Raspberry Pi30.10.2019
Here is a link for a couple of scratch projects. scratch machine learning Enjoy 😄
The Hour of Code22.10.2019
For the coding workshop. Here is the link for the hour of code
adding emojis 🍂 Autumn leaves 🍂 Working on adding emojis to liven things up. Not all emojis work on all browsers.Read More…
To start coding you will need an editor you are comfortable with. There are many different ones available. What is important at the beginning is that it highlights your code depending on the syntax.
- NotePad++ (Windows)
- nano, vim, gedit (Linux), geany
- or any other editor
While looking at applications for jsxgraph, I stumbled across this wonderful project: everything-is-number.net There are some nice interactive pages.
Link to a site with many exercises at all levels For LK-Ma and gk-ma I found a useful site with many exercises including solutions. fit-in-mathe-online.de It is worth looking at.
I have been working on adding the definitions of derivatives and deriving by first principal. Also, I have added a page with a table of ableitungen listing some common derivatives as seen in the “Formelsammlung”. Going on tags in the menu allows you to find the relevant pages on a topic.
The square roots section in maths 9 has been updated.
Geogebra files placed within content are loaded. Now, I need to work on the size of the content within the container.