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Making a GeoGebra Slide Show

I’m a long-time user of interactive geometry software, of which the dominant instance these days is GeoGebra. Here are some ways it’s enhanced my teaching over the years. Most obviously, it provides an environment for students to explore geometry and geometric construction. I’ve written much about it on this blog, and shared some curriculum on… Continue reading Making a GeoGebra Slide Show

Yet More on the California Framework (Part 2)

Previously on this topic: The California Math Framework Revision More on the California Framework Detracking, How To Yet More on the California Framework (Part 1) In my last post (#4), I shared three important points raised by Boaz Barak, Edith Cohen, Adrian Mims, and Jelani Nelson in their open letter about the California Math Framework Revision (CMFR). I… Continue reading Yet More on the California Framework (Part 2)

Yet More on the California Framework (Part 1)

There is a new open letter by STEM practitioners who oppose the California Math Framework revision (CMFR). The same group also published an Analysis and Critique of the proposed changes, and a blog post by Boaz Barak and Edith Cohen. I’ll use the latter's initials (BB/EC) to refer to them and the set of three… Continue reading Yet More on the California Framework (Part 1)

Asilomar report, 2021

I attended the California Math Council North’s conference in Asilomar last weekend. Because of Covid, it was a dramatically smaller conference than usual. As a consequence, there were fewer sessions to choose from, and probably a smaller turnout for many of them. Here is my nearly annual report. Python Turtle Ned Diamond presented the Python… Continue reading Asilomar report, 2021