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October 12, 2017


Okay, right this minute I’m wishing I were in Anaheim at the Open Ed conference. On the other hand, *all* the sessions with connection to adult ed happen today and pretty much the main thrust of things is administrative, not pedagogy — and I might have missed the tweet about a Geogebra applet that does […]

Open Educational Resources: it’s worth the effort

September 18, 2017


I love that teachers are sharing their enhancements to Illustrative Mathematics.   This is what the “open” in “Open Educational Resources” is all about!   The IM lessons are licensed CC-BY — “attribution.”   Everybody can use them, revise them, even use them commercially as long as credit is given. The sharing process completely lacks any […]