In a previous post I talked about Learning Math through Coding “Auto-Solvers”
This can be done across the curriculum in a whole variety of ways. I’ll talk about that in another post.
Here’s another go at coding with Scratch.
This was all made using https://scratch.mit.edu It’s a fantastic little program to get started with programming without knowing how to code. Anybody can use it.
Anyway, this is my little demo of the binomial distribution. There’s plenty out there online. But this one is mine.
You can see how it was made here. https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/103731070/ You can even jump inside the code and see how it all works.
If you haven’t tried coding yet, don’t worry, you will. The future for most teachers probably has some coding in it somewhere.
Edit: Really, it’s easier than ever to learn how to code. Check this out. Why Learning to Code Doesn’t Suck Anymore