MOOCs : DEMONSTRATING MATHEMATICAL PROOFS / EXPLORING CELESTIAL MYSTERIES

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Source : blogs.kqed.org
Auteur : Sam Gliksman
Date de l'info : 8 novembre 2013

1) DEMONSTRATING MATHEMATICAL PROOFS

Submitted by: Dr. Randy Yerrick, professor of science education, State University of New York at Buffalo
Grade level: 8th- to 12th-grade math
Objectives: Have students demonstrate knowledge of mathematical proofs.
Apps/tools: Keynote, Explain Everything app

2) EXPLORING CELESTIAL MYSTERIES

Submitted by: Dr. Randy Yerrick, professor of science education, State University of New York at Buffalo
Grade level: 4th- to 12th-grade astronomy
Objectives: Navigate the sky for recognizable celestial objects; identify and name constellations, stars, galaxies, and planets.
Apps/tools: iPad 2 (or higher), iOS 5.1 (or higher), Star Walk app

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