Tag: Khan Academy
Simon loves functions. He hasn’t ever studid them in Algebra, but comes across functions regularly in programming. This is what he came up with Wednesday: I showed Simon that … Continue reading Algebra: Functions
Math: Polynomial expressions with two variables
Math on Friday:
From today’s math lesson. Simon has started polynomials and insisted upon expressing them as a graph:
Inequalities Machine 2.0
Simon has nearly completed the basic equations and inequalities course on Khan Academy. Every time his math teacher comes they solve a couple of inequalities from the course and what … Continue reading Inequalities Machine 2.0
Math class. Inequalities.
Solving inequalities with Khan Academy:
Sums of consecutive integers
It’s been great watching Simon turn a word problem into an equation today. He was busy with “Sums of consecutive integers” (Practice finding the nth number in a sequence of … Continue reading Sums of consecutive integers
Animation with Khan Academy
Simon has been trying different courses in JacaScript on Khan Academy, making some fun animations as part of tasks:
Equations Continued. A Victory.
Yesterday was a break-through day! Simon finally cracked those equations with variables on both sides, even the ones including parentheses! And this is what helped: just like with programming, he … Continue reading Equations Continued. A Victory.
Equations with variables on both sides
Equations with variables on both sides remain a difficult subject to grasp. Well, all right, we only tried it twice so far. On Monday evening I saw Simon sit down … Continue reading Equations with variables on both sides
HTML/JS: Making webpages interactive with jQuery (Khan Academy)
Guess what happened when I told Simon that Khan Academy doesn’t only teach math, but also has loads of computer programming tutorials? He was so excited he finished 38 percent of … Continue reading HTML/JS: Making webpages interactive with jQuery (Khan Academy)