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EPITA:Programmation — wiki-prog News 2016-11-17: Results of the mid-term tests are available here [1] 2016-10-12: Some tests images for the OCR project [2] 2016-10-12: The plan for the first project presentation is here: [3] 2016-09-26: homework starter due to next monday here: 20160926:Practical:C:HomeWork Promo 2020: Form for projects groups is available here [4] DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 2016-09-27 9am Promo 2019: ASM selection is started, deadline is 2016-09-28, the form is here [5] A new year is starting ! Les actualités pour l'année 2015-2016 sont maintenant archivées ici: Wiki-prog:Actualités20152016 Blended Learning: Personalizing Education for Students Plenty of buzz exists about blended learning and its transformational potential. But what does blended learning really mean? In this course we will explore the different models of blended learning and dive into key issues that impact students, teachers, and schools. Specifically, we will look at these issues through the lens of three high-performing schools that each use a different type of blended learning. A few of the key topics will include:

Beautiful Mathematical GIFs Will Mesmerize You Digital artist and physics PhD student Dave Whyte is dazzling our computer screens with his mesmerizing GIFs that are the perfect marriage of mathematics and art. And we can’t stop watching them. Whyte shares his brilliant, procrastination-fueling creations on an almost daily basis on his Tumblr account, Bees & Bombs. Whyte studies the physics of foam and told Colossal that his first geometric GIFs riffed on computational modules that he was exploring as an undergraduate student. To create his eye catching animations, Whyte uses a programming language called Processing. Check some of them out here (caution: may induce serious time wasting):

Art Activities to Rotate (at Two Years) - how we montessori Sometime I lack ideas of what to rotate on Otis's art shelves - so I decided to make a list. I find there are lots of advantages of rotating art activities like this. We usually only have three trays out at a time. Although there are often pencils or crayons available in the study. Having all the items that Otis needs within the tray makes it easier for him to use and pack up. With the exception of water for washing his paint brush (which he needs to ask me for) and his smock and place-mat which he can access himself.

Bash Console Colours for C++ Here's a little header file for C/C++ that I knocked up to make colouring console output a little easier. Not all of these colour codes are supported by every console emulator, but if you stick to the primary colours, you should be fine. And here's how to use it. Note that you've got to set the colours back to default at the end of the sequence. Introduction to Public Speaking About the Course The overriding goal of this course is to demystify the process of writing, practicing, and performing a clear and engaging speech. In so doing, I hope this course can help each student improve the quality of their speeches and confidence with which they present them.

Rap News 28: The Singularity Today we travel into the pure world of sci-fi to investigate the much vaunted, mysterious potential future event known as 'The Singularity'. What will a machine consciousness mean for humanity? What are the ethical, political, military and philosophical implications of strong A.I.? And what would an AI sound like when spitting rhymes over a dope beat? All this and more shall be revealed in Rap News 28: The Singularity - featuring a special appearance from famed technocrat, futurist and inventor, Ray Kurzweil, in full TED talk mode; everyone's favourite warmonger, General Baxter; and we welcome back the dauntless info warrior Alex Jones, who last made an appearance in RN6. Join Robert Foster on this epic Sci-Fi quest into the future/past of humanity.

SOLE Toolkit Welcome Welcome to the Self-Organized Learning Environment (SOLE) Toolkit, an online resource designed to help educators and parents support kids (8-12 years old) as they tap into their innate sense of wonder and engage in child-driven learning. Self-organized Curious Engaged Social Collaborative Motivated by peer-interest Fueled by adult encouragement and admiration

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