I’ve made my first youtube video! I went to the Crytek offices to find out how they use maths to make incredibly complex videogames. Watch it below.
There’s been a lot of fuss about Khan Academy. In 2010, it received over $3.5 million in grants from Google and the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, and people on Twitter seem to love it. Khan Academy is pretty amazing and changing education. At least it has for me. Check out the 60 Mins segment: http://t.co/KxIOCs0aN0… Read More »
This is a really interesting post, and a great starting point for a debate.
On of my fields of interest is typefaces. It comes from my dad working as a typesetter when I was a kid, and a general interest in design. From a young age my dad always drilled into me a hatred of Comic Sans. I think of it in the same way a Liverpool fan would… Read More »
I made this: Negative Number Code Breaker[PDF] It’s a simple worksheet where students find the answer to an addition, subtraction, multiplication or division sum and look it up in a grid. This then generates at letter. Once students have found all the answers their letters will spell something. These kind of worksheets are quite fun. They… Read More »
Tutor Time Videos is a great little website full of videos to show to your class. In tutor time. One video in particular, however, made me think of an interesting idea for a lesson. It’s a video showing what amount of different foods is equal to 200 calories. You can watch it below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMGUmcveQeg A… Read More »