Monthly Archives: March 2008

Sketchpad & Data Tables

I was making a Sketchpad activity and discovered that you can collect measurements in a table. The full instructions on how to do so are here (search for “Tables”). It’s relatively painless. Select the measurements, go to the Graph>Tabulate menu. … Continue reading

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Passion Quilt Meme

Damian tagged me with this one a while ago. Here are the rules, taken directly from his post, Passion Quilt Meme Rules: Think about what you are passionate about teaching your students. Post a picture from a source like FlickrCC … Continue reading

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Spring Break

I’m going out of town for a couple of days for spring break. I wish I could say I’m going to a nice warm, sunny beach somewhere. Alas this is not the case, but… I’m unplugging. Leaving the laptop, the … Continue reading

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Adding Value?

I recently got a Wacom Bamboo Fun Tablet. It is fun. So far the only “educational” use it has gotten has been to write up a solution for a math team problem we couldn’t solve last week. Which was nice. … Continue reading

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