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Algebra Graph Sketcher (aka Parabolator 2)

A couple of months ago I shared a tool I created for sketching graph of parabolas. I called it the Parabolator. I don't know why. It made sense at the time. Anyway, I wasn't satisfied with it. It has a lot of limitations - mainly, it can only sketch parabolas.…

Parabolator: A quadratic sketching tool

There's a new version now, with more functions! https://blog.primefactorisation.com/2017/08/06/algebra-graph-sketcher/ Yesterday was the last day of our school year, so it's finally time to relax! And by relax, I mean write code. I was thinking about the tasks I want to set for next…

Approximating Areas Interactive

Another coding project to share today: an online interactive for demonstrating the areas under a curve for a Riemann sum. I started work on this a couple of months ago, then forgot about it. I'm probably not teaching Calculus in the near future, so I lost some of my enthusiasm…

Interactive Jumping Puzzle

In this period where I'm not in the classroom, I'm trying to keep myself busy with a few little projects. One of those things is working on updating my coding skills by creating interactive activities using Javascript. The first of these is a simple puzzle where the aim is to…

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Shaun used to be maths, IT and ocassional physics teacher at a small P-12 school (primary and secondary) in rural Victoria, Australia. He is currently in the process of starting his career again in the United States.

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