Here is a small sample of some projects we've worked on, both turnkey solutions and segments of larger projects. Please contact us if you'd like to learn more about our skill set.
We recently developed Fab@School Maker Studio for FableVision Learning. Fab@School Maker Studio is a web-based tool to inspire STEAM (STEM + Arts) thinking in the classroom.
With Fab@School Maker Studio, students can creatively design their own projects and send them to a digital cutter for fabrication. The tool allows students to draw lines and curves, manipulate geometric figures, and convert lines into cuts or folds. The tool's built-in 3D preview window will show you what your final fabricated project will look like.Learn More at FableVision Learning
We recently developed SolveMe Mobiles with the Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC).
SolveMe Mobiles is a fun puzzle game to help middle school students transition from arithmetic to algebra. SolveMe Mobiles is programmed in HTML5 with a responsive design. Social integration allows users to build and share puzzles with friends or the online community.Visit SolveMe Mobiles
We also developed the website Implementing the Mathematical Practice Standards (IMPS). IMPS is an EDC project funded by the National Science Foundation to develop Illustrations of the Mathematical Practices and a professional development curriculum for teachers in grades 5–10.Visit IMPS
We continue to work on projects for Pearson Education branches in the US and Canada.
MathResources Inc. developed the digital suite of math tools included with enVisionMATH.Learn more about Pearson enVisionMATH
We have built several projects for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). Here is a sampling of our past projects with NCTM.
MathResources Inc. converted a portion of the NCTM Illuminations interactives to HTML5.Try Dynamic Paper
MathResources Inc. created games for NCTM’s Calculation Nation site, including DiRT Dash, neXtu, Dig It, Ker-Splash, PrimeTime, and Flip-n-Slide.Visit Calculation Nation
Page last updated June 11, 2016