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Connected Wiki Classrooms

Posted on July 24, 2013 at 10:19pm 0 Comments

I am glad to share with you a dummy wiki set up for those Math teachers who are interested in creating online wiki classrooms 24x7 to bridge a gap which is created after school hours when a student needs a support system.

We all have experienced through three dimensions of teaching learning of Mathematics, which are a Mathematics classroom with an instant board, Mathematics laboratory and a multimedia enriched classroom in the school. The 4th dimension…


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At 1:29pm on March 5, 2009, Or-Tal Kiriati said…
Hello! Good luck with this network!
At 4:38am on March 15, 2009, Colleen King said…
Hi Everyone,

Thanks for the warm welcome. I hope space this becomes a vibrant network for discussion and sharing.
At 12:15pm on March 18, 2009, Leena said…

sorry about the link. It has a typo! Fixed now :)
At 4:21am on March 21, 2009, Teaching in Harmony said…
Yes, I am a secondary level teacher...and yes, I DO use technology in my classroom! Technology tools which we use regularly in my classroom include: SmartBoard, airliner, TI Smart View Calculator, TI-84+ graphics calculators, and various software programs. I am very grateful to have the opportunity to share classroom ideas with educators world wide. :)
At 9:28pm on March 29, 2009, Teaching in Harmony said…
Thanks, Rashkath...I figued it out today, AFTER I had seen your post to me. I finally took the time to do some more exploring to determine the many features of this blog.
At 9:02am on April 9, 2009, Girishkumar Seshadri Rao said…
Thank u, for replying but if real life situation where orthocentre and incentre are used will really help me to answer my learners. What you have written about centroid, i along with learners tried and found out that it was centre of gravity.
At 10:51pm on April 19, 2009, Russel Montgomery said…
Thankyou for your welcome.

I appreciate your enthusiasm and energy. I feel certain that your students must be fortunate to have such a teacher
At 3:18pm on April 20, 2009, Opher Liba said…
thank you Rashmi - looking forward!
At 10:22pm on April 27, 2009, Colleen King said…
Thank you for the recognition. I will do my best to contribute in the future. And many thanks to you for organizing this space for global math discussions and sharing.
At 9:00am on May 28, 2009, Joshua Alexander, MBA said…
Thanks I use mathematics specifically calculas and statistics in business. As a finance major I typically concentrate mostly in statistics in process management and investment management. Money is math and money interest everybody.
At 11:02am on May 28, 2009, Sangeeta Gulati said…
Thanks Rashmi!This is an interesting platform for mathematics teachers and learners.
I was not too sure what to enter for cyber house- i don't have any blog of my own , and this was a mandatory field so the URL is not going to work.
At 9:13am on June 6, 2009, Carolina Liechtenstein said…
Thank you, Rashimi,
It's good being here and exploring.
Have a great weekend -
At 5:56pm on July 10, 2009, Casati Gianluca said…
Hi Rashmi , I' m an italian mathematician working as IT consultant. Math is my passion and I like programming implementations of mathematics. I would like to share my software experiments to get feedbacks and I also woukld like to learn more math.
At 6:42pm on July 10, 2009, Nalini Ramadoss Rajan said…
Thanks for the welcome.
Nice of to have started the community. I like being a part of it.
At 9:21pm on July 27, 2009, Radhakrishna Rao said…
thanks for the welcome. I would like to know that is there any discipline for me where i can use programming along with mathematics as i am bored of enterprise programming but i do not have any experience and also i love solving technical problems to the core.
At 7:33pm on July 30, 2009, J Edward Ladenburger said…
Thank you very much Rashmi! I look forward to participating - learning and sharing as I am able!
At 7:33pm on August 11, 2009, J.Robertson said…
Thanks for the welcome Rashmi. I actually love math, which is pretty ironic because when I was in middle school, it was my most dreaded and hated subject! I didn't understand it and what was worse was that I KNEW I didn't understand it. I could memorize how to solve problems such as basic operations with fractions, but I didn't understand WHY it worked. In retrospect, I think someone just jumped me to the abstract too quickly. As a result, I try really hard to make sure my students understand by allowing them to make their own discoveries.
At 9:41pm on August 15, 2009, Carolyn said…
Thanks for the welcome note. I am currently teaching Intro to Algebra and College Algebra at a Community College. Over the years I have taught/tutored all ages and levels from elementary to college calculus. I very much like the level that I am currently teaching, as I think it is a very practical level of mathematics. I look forward to reading various posts and getting ideas from others. It is also interesting to read comments from those who may have struggled with math in the past. It gives me ideas for trying to teach in different ways to help students be more comfortable with math.
At 1:35pm on August 18, 2009, Dr. Pragati Jain said…
Thanks Rashmi. I appreciate your sincere efforts to provide such a nice network of mathematicians. Its really interesting to be a part of it.
At 1:30pm on September 26, 2009, Carolina Liechtenstein said…
Yes. Math is indeed a part of everything. Even the ancient thinkers told us so through their ancient texts. Some classic ancient texts even said that all things of reality is written in equations. Some people long ago incorporated math into their geometric art, as a way of communicating this. You can see some of this on old tile work in the ancient mosques of Spain and Iraq, and even the pyramids of Egypt. And then of course the classic numbers involved in ancient Greek temples. Math is in how flowers are shaped, how waves break at the beach, how galaxies spin ...

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