Mathematical method Mathportfolio
The mathportfolio is a mathematical method that is being developed to combine learning Computational Thinking and mathematics. For this method I try to design special programming assignments where it's necessary to understand and apply one or more math skills to complete the assignment. In most cases the examples are the assignments (See: Category:assignments). The students can analyze the examples and recreate them in the computer-language of their choice.
The rationale of mathportfolio is that Computational Thinking rather can be trained with many small short-term assignments than one or two complex prolonged assignments. During my lessons mathematics at vocational education students use average a few hours to complete their assignment
Example assignment Ratio
Slide horizontally the blue circle at the bottom in the application to change the ratio of the cutout aria of the photo. The surface of the rectangle must remain the same
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