[Numeracy 157] Camtasia and math
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I shared my first draft of a mini-math lesson with a few email lists I'm on, and it's sprouted. There are four or five of us who are going to try to collaborate on developing a library of interactive lessons. We'd love to have more people invovled - we're going to start with using Camtasia because that's what people have.
If anybody would like to be involved, let me know ;)
Academic Development Specialist
Center for Academic Success
Champaign, IL 61821
sujones at parkland.edu
>>> "Patricia Donovan" <patricia_donovan at worlded.org> 2/12/2010 12:30 PM >>>
We've been talking a lot about fractions, decimals and percents on this
listserv. Anyone interested in fresh perspectives on fractions should
probably register for the Adult Numeracy Network's (ANN) COABE
conference pre-session, scheduled for March 15. Lots of nationally known
presenters will be addressing rational number topics that day. The $125
registration fee includes a continental breakfast, lunch, classroom
materials, and a year-long membership to the Adult Numeracy Network.
It would be fun to put faces to the names we read here all the time.
Tricia Donovan, Ed.D., World Education
44 Farnsworth St.
Boston, MA 02210
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