The Language of Mathematics
Mathematics consist millions of distinct equations, infinite numbers and the whole Greek alphabet! Nonetheless, mathematics is written in the exact same way in all languages of the world. In other words, a mathematical equation or expression does not need to be translated in another language to be understood by someone living on the other side of the world.
VR as a training tool
- example of use
New technologies can offer a chance to rethink the world of education and improve it in ways that are still unimaginable.
How to adapt the classroom so all students feel good and perform at their best?
In recent years we have become aware that no two students learn in the same way or at the same pace. Today, if a student is having difficulties in learning, we fortunately no longer categorize him or her as a student who is failing academically.
How to convince a teacher
to use non-formal approach
to teaching mathematics
and learning disorders
“Good teaching is 1/4 preparation and 3/4 theater.” Gail Godwin
Let’s indulge in the concept of non-formal mathematics