The Study Plan Manager allows the instructor to customize the assignments the system will assign. With the newest version of our textbook, Pearson has added an adaptive learning tool. This is not new idea. Thirty years ago Camosun ABE instructor Jack Crane had a similar paper-based system for teaching math. The computer connected to the Internet makes … Continue reading MathXL Adaptive Learning
Pearson, our textbook publisher, upgrades their MathXL system twice a year. Today I attended one of their Webinar animated by Donna Densmore. She showcased the new features that are part of the Summer 2014 upgrade for MyMathLab, MyStatLab, MathXL, and MyMathTest. In addition to new support for tablets, there was an upgrades to the Study Plan Manager and the … Continue reading Summer 2014 Upgrade to MathXL – New Features
I love my iPad, but one of the frustrating things is not being able to access all my content in my online classroom at http://mathxl.com — at least until now. Steve Jobs decided early on that Apple iPhone, iTouch (iPod) and iPad products would not support Adobe’s Flash. This was despite the fact that many … Continue reading Using iPad or iPhone in MathXL
Thanks to Sarah M for this MathXL Visual Learning Chart. For a larger version of the visual guide to how to work through our online math course, click on the image below.
Wednesday Aug 27, 2014 10:00 am to noon Ewing 110 Lansdowne Campus With Morgan Sargent, Brenda Proctor, Karen Lightbody Regrets from Marc Bissley and Ramona Scott. Agenda I. A little bit of history Our reactions to technologies — Douglas Adams In the beginning II. Current Thinking Innovations 2014 Report William Rankin – Director … Continue reading Online Math Training Event