Monthly Archives: November 2010

Real Math[s]

This is amazing. This guy has done incredible things with Wolfram Alpha and now shares his ideas on maths teaching and in particular the place of computers in teaching. Advertisements

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Pseudocontext

Reading Dan Meyer’s blog today I came across a discussion on ‘pseudocontext’. Those pointless, make believe, so called contextual maths questions that I have railed against for years. They are neither useful nor inteteresting and go a long way to … Continue reading

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