Over the last two weeks, thirty schools that were introduced to BuzzMath at the NCTM Annual Conference in San Diego have joined us and are fiercely accumulating stars on BuzzMath! Why are they accumulating stars? To be able to go back in time, help famous mathematicians like Sophie Germain retrieve their lost knowledge and get BuzzCity back to a normal […]
Meet famous mathematician Sophie Germain and teleport yourself to the year 1745 in The City of Light
A new mission named Knowledge is the Key is now available in Numbers and Operations. Accumulate 20 stars and teleport yourself to the year 1745 in The City of Light, Paris. There you will meet one of the most famous mathematicians, Sophie Germain, and you can help her find the lost key! Here’s an excerp:Come my friend! I’ve just found […]
BuzzMath 1.25 – New Circle Graphs document, locked missions, demo classes, sweet Send Feedback button, wow!
We updated BuzzMath.com to Version 1.25 on Wednesday, May 5, 2010. What’s New We added a new Circle Graph document! You can find it in the Data Analysis section. You now need to accumulate full stars to access the missions! The missions were unlocked before, but now you need to work harder to show Alfred you’re ready to be teleported […]
We are back in Montreal from our trip to the NCTM 2010 Annual Meeting. Thanks to all who came to visit us in San Diego even if the weather was cold and rainy! See Bonnie, Carl, Jean-Philippe, Steve and Tom in this photo post. We met a lot of teachers and principals who liked BuzzMath and who told us it […]
Pictures from our week in San Diego at the NCTM 2010 Annual Meeting & Exposition (April 21–24, 2010)
We updated BuzzMath.com to version 1.24 on Tue, April 13, 2010. What’s New You can now use the “Show me an example” button when inside a document. That feature will let you see the detailed solution to a similar problem using different values. The solutions for problems containing multiple operations are in PEMDAS order (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, and […]
We will be at the NCTM 2010 Annual Meeting & Exposition in San Diego, CA (April 21–24). Visit us at booth #1235 and meet Bonnie, Carl, Jean-Philippe, Steve and Tom from the BuzzMath team. The booth is near Texas Instruments and Pearson. Get a live demo, learn more on the latest features and register for a chance to win a […]
We updated BuzzMath.com to version 1.23 on Tue, Mar 30, 2010. This release contains minor bug fixes. It paves the way for a major release for the NCTM 2010 Annual Meeting & Exposition in San Diego, CA (April 21–24).
We updated BuzzMath.com to version 1.22 on Tue, Mar 16, 2010. Please note that we skipped release 1.21. What’s New You can now browse the Middle School book from a flat Contents view instead of by Strands. Instead of having many clicks and navigating deeply, you can now select a strand and simply scroll it’s content. This is a time […]
We updated BuzzMath.com to version 1.20, Tue, Feb 9, 2010. What’s New Wow! SMART has approved BuzzMath as a SMART Board READY title. The combination of these two products can be very entertaining and can help to focus the attention of kids in any classroom. The Individual Student’s Reports now track the progress students make inside each document. You can […]
We updated BuzzMath.com to version 1.19, Wed, Jan 20, 2010. What’s New Added Student Portfolios and Individual Student Reports for teachers with printing capability. What’s Better We’ve incorporated a page system for navigating practice documents. You can continue a document started in a previous session (nice!). You can view results for a precise document. We’ve given teachers a better overview […]
We just shipped BuzzMath 1.17, and it’s now online at http://www.BuzzMath.com. Some new features: The search engine at the top right now works Teacher’s accounts have a pod to quickly see live stats of their classes A new mission: “Reaching the possible” in “Data Analysis and Probability” You can embed BuzzMath videos on your own web page! Lots of bug […]
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