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Podcasts R Us

March 22, 2017

0  is 24 minutes about a guy and an algebra app that he says is the first on the planet like it — you get to drag and drop things to solve algebra equations.  (Start at 18:30 and you can be spared the l-a-b-o-r-i-o-u-s background… )    I share his mystification about the underuse of […]

Simulations and Metacognition

July 16, 2015


Got this tweet: New partner, metacog, is linking up our new interoperable sims with analytics services.  It would seem that they’re thinking that it’s possible to discern misconceptions based on how people interact with a learning situation.   Welp, yea, I know I do it all the time (not that it’s that easy or that […]