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Linda teaches mathematics and think that it is the most fascinating and beautiful subject in the world. She wants to find ways to teach mathematics that is both engaging and useful.
Although this will be her first p2p experience, she enjoys doing online workshops and webinars. Through mathfuture, she has done online workshops for learning the dynamic math freeware GeoGebra (Elluminate) and through Let’s Learn Together, she has done a webinar on effective methods of integrating technology both for synchronous (in the classroom) and asynchronous (online) learning. She works on the YouTube GeoGebraChannel and has made over 60 high definition captioned videos for this channel on using GeoGebra with tutorials, math challenges, tips,... Mostly she enjoys networking with teachers and students and working together with classroom teachers from across the globe taking their fantastic ideas/applets mostly from GeoGebra and developing and publishing them as free applet activities.
She has 2 giant lazy dogs Nuki and Lucy and does jigsaw puzzles.
"Create and Share Math Interactives" is a course aimed at anyone who ever had a question about math and wants to explore and answer the question in a visual and then AV format. For example: What is the largest triangle that I can get inside a circle? See: http://tinyurl.com/2axxds2 We will learn and use the free and excellent math software GeoGebra, we will learn and make screencasts using the freeware Jing and we will post our coursework on a free Wikispaces website and our resulting interactives on the Models for Math site geogebramath.org.