Desmos Halloween Coloring Book

Make no bones about it, the math students at Catawba Valley Community College have created some spooktacular mathterpieces on the Desmos graphing calculator. Who knew graphing functions could be so fang-tastically fun!  Luke Walsh, mathematics instructor at CVCC, has compiled his students halloween art into a coloring book for his son’s kindergarten class - and of… Continue reading Desmos Halloween Coloring Book

#GlobalMath & Desmos Webinar Recording

A recording of our webinar with the Global Math Department is now online. Check it out for tips and tricks on using Desmos in your classroom: http://www.bigmarker.com/globalmathdept/oct23  (we recommend using Firefox) A big thanks to Megan at the Global Math Department, who made this webinar possible. We really enjoyed meeting new teachers and answering some… Continue reading #GlobalMath & Desmos Webinar Recording

Desmos Webinar with Global Math Dept. – 10/23

Curious about Desmos and how you can use the calculator in your classroom? Join us for a live demonstration during the Global Math Department’s weekly webinar series.  Date: Tuesday, October 23 Time: 8pm Central Time Webinar link:  https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/#/meetings/detail?uuid=M0EDJYE0WJH3HRGY2EXINXTNSD-33S3 This is a webex meeting which requires a Java applet to be installed. We recommend you attend tonight with… Continue reading Desmos Webinar with Global Math Dept. – 10/23

Desmos in Action – Clarksville, AR

At last summer's ISTE conference we met many wonderful teachers looking for new educational tools they could bring back to their classrooms. Here’s one story from Laura Conley (teacher at Clarksville Public Schools, Arkansas) about how she began using Desmos this year with her math and ESL students. Reblogged from lconley86.blog.com While attending ISTE 2012 in San Diego this… Continue reading Desmos in Action – Clarksville, AR

Desmos Hearts Google Ventures!

This week we’re excited to become part of the Google family with additional funding from their startup venture fund, Google Ventures. Thanks to this additional support we plan to continue making math fun, accessible, and collaborative without the need for expensive, proprietary hardware. Because, who wants to spend $100+ on a graphing calculator, right? “Today… Continue reading Desmos Hearts Google Ventures!