[math4] new volunteer working on 4.N.16
karlie_robinson at webpath.net
Tue May 19 08:07:06 EDT 2009
First let me say I'm sorry I didn't get to Mike's email before this
morning. Second, Christian, that's not the way it works.
Part of what makes this project so unique is that there will be multiple
projects that cover the items in the framework. Well that and that Mike
and Christian could merge their projects.
Christian, this is an open source project so it would be wonderful if
you could build a team around your project. You should have a teacher
to advise you on documentation so that your modules can be integrated
into a lesson plan. Plus it's a lot easier when you can share the
coding with others!
What we're trying to do is create a dynamic learning system that will
teach not just the majority of children, but all children. That means
we'll need more than one activity covering each of the points in the
frame work. In fact we could need a minimum of 4 for each point on the
framework before we'll have a comprehensive system to offer. Visit
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_styles for info on why a minimum
So Mike, Linda and Lynn, Feel free to keep moving ahead if you like.
Christian, what about creating a team?
Christian Horne wrote:
> i've already got code for this pick something else
> On 5/17/09, Mike Major <jmikem at bellsouth.net> wrote:
>> hello everyone,
>> i am new here to this project. i know david from the UCLUG. he mentioned
>> this project in our last meeting. my parents and i got excited and are
>> going to work on module 4.N.16 - Rounding.
>> i am an electrical engineer by education. i've been programming for
>> quite some time now. i've used sql, asp, html, c++ and some others.
>> however, i've not used python yet. that's part of the reason for taking
>> on the project. other reasons are the drive to give back to the
>> community and to help some kids.
>> my parents are helping with the content creation and i am going to be
>> programming. hopefully we'll be successful and can take on some more of
>> the modules.
>> thanks in advance for the support,
>> mike major
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