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PD Webinar Organized by the Computational Modelling CoP: Math+Coding Grades 6 to 10 (March 31, 3:30 - 4:30pm) - Shared screen with speaker view
Chantal Buteau
23:27
Note that the recording of today’s session and the facilitation guide and slides will be posted on our website: http://mkn-rcm.ca.
George Gadanidis
25:31
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/618999593/editor
Elizabeth Pearsall
27:23
Do we put our project #'s in the chat?
Elizabeth Pearsall
28:39
I have remixed it. I am just wondering if we submit it back?
Elizabeth Pearsall
28:54
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/669312467/
Elizabeth Pearsall
29:14
I put it in the chat so you can continue to share
Mark Nykaza
32:47
I managed to turn it into a spiraling octagon
Dragana Martinovic
33:17
Can you tell us how, Mark?
Christian Boissinotte
33:47
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/618999593/editor
Mark Nykaza
33:50
Set turn angle to 45
Mark Nykaza
34:04
on the bottom left where it says angle
Mark Nykaza
34:14
remove the cap and you can see the values
Christian Boissinotte
35:48
il you go too far there is a problem
Kate Craig
36:04
This might be a silly question - why was the triangle the exterior angle, but other shapes were the interior angles?
George Gadanidis
38:16
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/588754331/editor
Angela Plaunt
45:37
the y will be plotted directly above the x
Dragana Martinovic
45:39
If a, b, c are a PT then ka, kb, and kc are too
Henry Tam
45:51
The lines are multiples of the triples
George Gadanidis
47:29
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ck87K3LJlW8LouxQ3IDHqbnI0wM4VkXP/view
Hyejin Park
47:43
Awesome. Thank you!
Henry Tam
49:04
Cool.
Dragana Martinovic
49:06
I wish that complex numbers would be in the curriculum.
Henry Tam
49:41
That is so imaginary ;)
Henry Tam
53:58
LOL Start from Scratch!
Hyejin Park
57:13
Will be the link to a recorded workshop shared?
Hyejin Park
57:56
Sorry I missed the first part of the workshop. It would be great if I could watch it.
Chantal Buteau
58:34
The recording of today’s session and the facilitation guide will be posted on our website: http://mkn-rcm.ca
Hyejin Park
59:33
Great. Thank you.
Carolyn Mussio
01:00:02
Thank you so much!
Eleanora Larizza
01:00:13
This is fantastic, thank you!
Catherine Barratt
01:00:31
Sorry - will you be sending us the link for the pdf or will that come in a separate email?
Christian Boissinotte
01:00:50
this is like Logo
Catherine Barratt
01:01:17
Thank you for kindly sharing that resource with us. Much appreciated.
Hyejin Park
01:01:30
Wonderful. Thank you for sharing.
Cindy Zafeiropoulos
01:01:35
Thank you!
Deborah Grady
01:01:37
Thank you so much!
Christian Boissinotte
01:01:42
Thank you
Ann Kajander
01:01:43
Thank you George!
Chantal Buteau
01:01:45
Please fill out the exit ticket:https://forms.gle/9BN7brsDnvKhdoTAA
Dragana Martinovic
01:01:45
Thank you, George!
Steven Floyd
01:01:47
Thank you George, and thank you to the hosts!
Katie Hicks
01:01:47
Thank you! Very interesting
Melanie Goncalves
01:01:49
Thank you!
Kate Craig
01:01:55
Thank you!
Sarah Taylor
01:01:56
Thank you!
Henry Tam
01:02:00
Thanks. Lotsa fun!
Maria Riverso
01:02:00
Thank you George. Nice to see you.
Shawn Perry
01:02:09
Thank you! Very cool! Loved seeing that 3D plot of the Sumerian triples!
Mark Nykaza
01:02:10
Thanks a bunch, very informative!
Elizabeth Pearsall
01:02:10
With de-streaming do you believe Scratch should be in Grade 9 or should students learn Python?
Christina Scheben
01:02:14
Thank you George! Love the activities and provocations.
Christian Boissinotte
01:02:37
I could translate them in French?
Catherine Barratt
01:02:58
what is your opinion on micro-bit?
Elizabeth Pearsall
01:03:34
Thanks
Dragana Martinovic
01:03:38
What is your take on coding being part of other subjects?
Catherine Barratt
01:06:36
yes
Catherine Barratt
01:07:37
There is a web version of micro: bit now.....very similar to Scratch. That's why I'm asking. But I like visual/colour aspect of Scratch.
Christian Boissinotte
01:07:44
with sensors
Catherine Barratt
01:09:16
I know … my brain is 🤯 with all these options. I have used your books and just trying to keep expanding my teaching skills.
Chantal Buteau
01:09:18
Mark your Calendar – Our next Professional Learning sessions:May 26, 3:30-5:00pm: Computational Modeling CoPJune 7, 3:30-5:00pm: Critical Transitions CoPJune 7-8, 9:30am-12:00pm: Indigenous Knowledge CoP Parts I-II(TBA): Mathematics Leadership CoP
Chantal Buteau
01:10:17
Again the link in case: please fill out the exit ticket:https://forms.gle/9BN7brsDnvKhdoTAA
Christina Scheben
01:11:22
Thanks again! Have a wonderful evening.
Catherine Barratt
01:11:43
Truly thank you for sharing your experience and offering this webinar.
Hyejin Park
01:11:44
Thank you!
Henry Tam
01:12:03
Thanks for the yummy resource. Let's do less shallow math!
Christian Boissinotte
01:12:07
bye