Iâ€™m trying a visual way of introducing those reverse percentage story problems that go like this: â€œFred has had a pay rise of 10% and now earns Â£22000. What were his wages before the pay riseâ€.
Archive for November, 2008
Contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity
Ratio and proportion problems introduced visually
Having problems with the side bar in MS Internet Exporer (6.0.2900) on most of the themes I use on this site. I think its because of the YouTube or the ScreenToaster embedded objects. So I’m using a really basic theme.
8 minutes on how to link slides together and build a menu in PowerPoint.
“The first effect that I noticed, towards the end of the first week, was an extraordinary intensification of physical sensation. My sense of body temperature became more acute – if I was wet, or cold, or warm, I experienced this very directly and totally. I have never been so physically tired, so aware of weather, [...]
areas of the states projected so that they are proportional to the number of seats in the electoral college. By Mark Newman
Have a look at http://eduspaces.net/keithpeter/
I’m testing how the aggregation of feeds into ELGG blogs works.
Anyone else going to ELGG meeting in Brighton on the 1st of December?
ScreenToaster is in Beta but still creates smooth animations from my Ubuntu box
Answering some questions from today
Just a few slides on what, why, who and how