Poll Everywhere Update Update

NOT BASEBALL Wow. I sent Poll Everywhere an email. They reset the missing feature in my account and asked a couple questions about price point. These are smart folks. They made me happy and they took advantage of the opportunity to do a little market research. They are off the bad list. (Yes, there is […]

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Poll Everywhere Update

NOT BASEBALL  RIP Poll Everywhere for Educational Use  2009-2010. Why do I write this?  You can no longer reset free polls.  So you need to make a copy of the poll and Power Point for every single section you have of a course.  Alternatively you could pay $15 per month.  I understand that they do […]

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MathWay and StatWay

NOT BASEBALL The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Dana Center have taken an interest in the reform of Developmental Mathematics.  This project is very much related to the New-Life project in AMATYC.  In both cases the idea is to create an intensive pathway to get students enough math to meet their […]

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The Bullpen and a Bat

BASEBALL It’s been awhile since I’ve made a serious post about baseball learning.  It is going to be longer.  Maybe once the start of the semester is past I’ll be able to read a couple good baseball articles. In the meantime my daughter went to Tigersfest and discovered a couple of inside jokes in the […]

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Dropbox

NOT BASEBALL The public folder in Dropbox allows users to link to your file.  I know you can do similar things with Google’s services.  This is easier for me to use than Screencast to share that the school want me to share with all students.  Drag the attachment from the email to the Dropbox folder.  Ask for […]

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