Deadlines :)

Posted on May 20, 2018

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I’m looking at instructional routines and saw “quick images,” which is generally used for subitizing, but i’m thinking could be used for retrieval for skills like knowing 2^3 is 8.

Briefly cruised geogebra for figuring out how to do it, then remembered…. revisions are due Friday.   Much better to do a: the “paper version” of connecting representations  for assorted exponent expressions, then b:  see if I can figure oiut the Geogebra version of that b/c it would be an awesome template for lots of things.

That said, the flirtation led me to a “geogebra builder’s handbook” encouraging a person who wants to “level up” to dive in and share their tricks and tips.  It invites people to “join the club.”      So, I shall peruse it briefly.

Here’s another cool thing about really open stuff with really open infrastructure.   As he suggests, I can save myself a copy of this “book.”   I can be cynically confident that there are all kinds of club rules — but I don’t need to worry about them for this part.

(Still not doing too well on the focus.  Let’s change that now that it’s 2:00 and Cubs are playing.)

So, I’m going to leave said notebook after copying it to my stuff after reading that the book was inspired b/c there didn’t seem to be any info for people who wanted to build.

So, I foudn this after how long?   Now, maybe I’ll get into it and it’ll become clear why it hasn’t been shared broadlly.   I’ll not know today 🙂   (Maybe so.   It *seems*  from my brief perusal that it doesn’t have a lot of content.)

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