Saturday, June 25, 2011

Introducing the Desmos Calculator

The subject of a recent post, Desmos is a free portal for building and sharing rich, interactive content. The objective of Desmos is to serve as a web-based, unifying standard for interactive lessons built around their browser-based collaborative environment for remote tutoring called a "virtual Whiteboard".

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The Desmos Calculator has just been introduced. This browser-based calculator is powerful, intuitive, and free. This calculator can be used for graphing, calculating, sharing, and creating.

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Watch an introduction to the Desmos Calculator

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Go to an earlier post about Desmos

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1 comment:

Manish chaudhary said...

Desmos could be the replacement for those expensive TI calculators that sometimes disappear from schools. I like that you can share your work via shortened Bit.ly links. I could see teachers modeling with Desmos and sharing. I could also see students sharing to do collaborative problem solving. The one thing holding Desmos back is that it's Flash-based and not ready for the iPad yet.


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