Techno Teaching Portfolio
Interactive demos for the Statistics course
The following are links to some of the interactive
animations that I created (with Flash software)
to demo conceptes in statistics:
 The coin tossing
experiment
 The tree diagram
experiment
 The Binomial Probability Distribution
experiment
 The Standard Deviation
DEMO
 The Standard Normal Probability Distribution
experiment
 The Sampling Distribution
experiment
 The Sample Size
Demo
 Problem Solving
Demo
Course Material and Lecture Notes
A main component of my teaching is my commitment to provide
(1) Perpared course material and (2) quality lecture notes online, for one hundred percent of my lectures.

Here is a link to my online notes for the Elementary Statistics Course
for
lesson five.
I consider them
as creative work in terms of application of IT in pedagogy.

Here is a link to a typical lecture for the
Elementary Algebra course
Beamer (which like Power Point).
One hundred percent of my lectures in Math 365, Math 290 (Elementary
Algebra), Math105 (Topics) have been in beamer.

Here is a sample of
the
course material I provided for my Abstract Algebra course (Math 791).
Such materials were provided for one hundred percent of the course.
The diagrams I am able to provide in these notes are helpful and imaginative,
even at the graduate level.
Interactive Graphs (Calculus)
 Graph Quadrics
 Graph Cubic equationsI
 Graph Cubic f(x)=(xa)(xb)(xc)
 Graph rational functions f(x)=1/(xa)(xb)(xc)
The Online Course Manager
Here is an OVERVIEW.
(KU IT stopped supporting this system isnce 2017. )
I developed this
package, single handedly from scratch around 2000.
I use this package mostly for
online homework, and also to manage my courses.
This is
creative in terms of application of IT to pedagogy
and also for contents
development.
Teaching Online Courses
Have been teaching online courses since 2002.
Congratulations:
The
Graduation
