Curriculum Tags: MPM2D, MFM2P
Need some resources to help teach stats? Then the Stats Medic has your back. Full sets of
curriculum on statistical concepts and more are all available for download on this site. Thanks to @bobloch for posting this one.
Curriculum Tags: MBF3C, MAP4C, MDM4U
One thing that is unique (I think) to TMC is that each day there are sets of "My Favourites" presentations. These are 5-10 min presentations from participants on a topic that is usually short and sweet and sometimes may have nothing to do with math but good pedagogy. For example @Nomad_penguin did a great talk on the work she does helping students revise there math work. To me it looked like the editing/revision process that one would see in an english class. You can get her DropBox folder of resources in this area here and watch her My Favourite (below)
The rest of the My Favourites can be found here (including the one I did on the back story behind my viral video) but one of them was from @stoodle on how the #MTBoS community supported him through a tough time. The story of that time was part of a different event and will eventually be aired on the Story Collider but you can watch it here. And if you have ever felt like things were not going your way as a teacher, you might be able to resonate with this.
Curriculum Tags: All
Okay this one's a little weird.— Andrew Osborne (@SumDumThum) July 22, 2018
I found a circle packing on wikipedia, turned it into a tiling of wonky pentagons and septagons, and did a dual transition of that.#mathart https://t.co/jLKOPXtMO4 pic.twitter.com/VB5UIePJVe
This set of @Desmos eyes from @Gelada is cool but would be cooler with a some of them blinking
And now a parametric grid of eyes… https://t.co/nqMfYjQEJ0 @Desmos @TheMillerMath pic.twitter.com/b0MOiqzlOl— Edmund Harriss (@Gelada) July 24, 2018