Since closing my CLIME shop last June, I started to 1) write new blog and 2) rebuild the CIESEmath library which contain some of my favorite tech/math activities. These activities were created by me (with the help of my colleagues and classroom teachers) during my tenure (2000-2007) as mathematics projects manager at CIESE* – the Center for Innovation in Engineering & Science Education (Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ).
I’ve been updating the latest version of the CIESEmath database. It’s a work in progress and I’m actually making some progress. 🙂 It’s been a long time. Since most of these activities were created collaboratively and the context varied from project to project, you’ll see some differences. What I’m working on is to have 1) a student page, 2) a teacher page and 3) extensions that reach towards transformation/redefinition in the SAMR model. Right now most of the student pages are up. I’m editing the teacher pages right now and also the challenging extension pages.
Read the latest blogpost on my new blog. Then check out the other posts.
Let me know what you think. I’m interested in having collaborators on these activities or new ones that you would like to work on. Let me know. You can contact me at: email@example.com or Twitter @climeguy
Again the idea is to have activities (adventures) that have a student page, a teacher page and extensions that involve dynamic math software, social media and community.
*CIESE is no longer active. A fragment of the CIESEmath correlation with Everyday Math is here.