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August 07, 2020
Teaching first year Mathematics and Statistics just got harder

Teaching mathematics and statistics is never easy. Teaching it as a first year course requisite is harder still. Now imagine teaching it remotely.

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May 15, 2020
A Definitive Guide To Bringing Mathematics and Statistics Education Online.

From the moment of admission to the point of testing.

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April 15, 2020
A Math Engine for your LMS

Most LMS systems are limited when it comes to dealing with courses centred around mathematics or statistics, thats where we come in.

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March 27, 2020
Set up remote testing for math and stats courses

A step-by-step guide on how to implement remote testing.

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16 January 2020
GeoGebra exercises with automated feedback

Let’s say you’re teaching Geometry and you want your students to practice drawing geometric shapes. It would be great if you could give your students automated feedback.

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27 November 2019
Out with the Ink, in with the Bytes

Switching from traditional mathematics paper textbooks to digital learning environments unlocks endless practice and enables mastery learning for your students.

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27 November 2017
Moving towards 21st Century Math Learning

The relevance and challenges of math education today and ways to re-think and redo learning math in the classroom.

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1 September 2016
The Benefits of Learning Analytics for Higher Ed

At first glance, learning analytics seem like a wonderful idea that can instantly help any educator. So what exactly are learning analytics, and how can they be employed?

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16 August 2016
Applied vs Pure Math – How we (Should) Design Math Education

Why math classrooms should focus less on theory, and more on real-world problems.

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