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
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Do we put our project #'s in the chat?
I have remixed it. I am just wondering if we submit it back?
I put it in the chat so you can continue to share
I managed to turn it into a spiraling octagon
Can you tell us how, Mark?
Set turn angle to 45
on the bottom left where it says angle
remove the cap and you can see the values
il you go too far there is a problem
This might be a silly question - why was the triangle the exterior angle, but other shapes were the interior angles?
the y will be plotted directly above the x
If a, b, c are a PT then ka, kb, and kc are too
The lines are multiples of the triples
Awesome. Thank you!
I wish that complex numbers would be in the curriculum.
That is so imaginary ;)
LOL Start from Scratch!
Will be the link to a recorded workshop shared?
Sorry I missed the first part of the workshop. It would be great if I could watch it.
The recording of today’s session and the facilitation guide will be posted on our website: http://mkn-rcm.ca
Great. Thank you.
Thank you so much!
This is fantastic, thank you!
Sorry - will you be sending us the link for the pdf or will that come in a separate email?
this is like Logo
Thank you for kindly sharing that resource with us. Much appreciated.
Wonderful. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much!
Thank you George!
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Thank you, George!
Thank you George, and thank you to the hosts!
Thank you! Very interesting
Thanks. Lotsa fun!
Thank you George. Nice to see you.
Thank you! Very cool! Loved seeing that 3D plot of the Sumerian triples!
Thanks a bunch, very informative!
With de-streaming do you believe Scratch should be in Grade 9 or should students learn Python?
Thank you George! Love the activities and provocations.
I could translate them in French?
what is your opinion on micro-bit?
What is your take on coding being part of other subjects?
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.
I know … my brain is 🤯 with all these options. I have used your books and just trying to keep expanding my teaching skills.
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Thanks again! Have a wonderful evening.
Truly thank you for sharing your experience and offering this webinar.
Thanks for the yummy resource. Let's do less shallow math!