Tag Desmos

Desmos2OneNote (Version 4)

Okay, remember a few days ago when I said that Microsoft does continual improvement? I guess, kinda, so do I. You can download the file here: (and I updated it on the earlier post, too). So I had a few…

Desmos2OneNote (Version 2)

So the great thing about modern programming is that Microsoft products are under continual improvement — in the “olden days” you would have to wait years between upgrades. Today, every week sees new additions or improvements in the systems. So,…

Desmos2OneNote

The Lede: This is an app that will screenshot all pages of a student’s Desmos Activities into a OneNote Page. Desmos Activities have been a great way to have students work, both individually and collaboratively, on mathematical ideas. It was…

Desmos Test Mode in Windows

Desmos, the popular online graphing calculator, has a Test Mode that locks the device into just the graphing calculator (Link: ) . The challenge is that it’s only for Chromebooks & iPads. And I use a Windows10 device. So here’s…

Teacher as Student in Anonymous Desmos

I thought that everybody did this! But apparently, not. So this was my XKCD 10,000 moment this week.  I happened to tweet the following — and I think it’s my popular tweet of all time.  And as you can see, I…

How do you know you’re right?

So I’m only on the 2nd class of the year in my Grade 10 Math course so far.  We start late, and we only see them for 3 hours a week, so yes, we move a little slow.I had set…

Desmos, OneNote & Replay

So using Desmos activities are a great way to encourage exploration and discussion in math class — if you haven’t tried them, I encourage it.  They’re collected at https://teacher.desmos.com/  But … Desmos doesn’t give you quite enough.  It doesn’t have a…