David Wees
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  • Vancouver, British Columbia
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About Me
I am an amateur web designer and a full time mathematics teacher. I am also the husband of a wonderful woman and father to a super cute and talkative 2 year old.

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Need help with a student project

Posted on November 26, 2010 at 10:27am 0 Comments

Hi all,

I need help with a student project. I have a student who wants to look at the relationship between how fast someone is going, and the time it takes them to stop on a long board (a type of skateboard).

It's pretty easy for you, just share the following link with your students:…


Let's Tell Our Stories

Posted on October 12, 2010 at 10:45pm 0 Comments

Hi all,

As most of you no doubt know, there are a couple of documentaries which are either out or going to be out soon which probably don't make teachers look like they are doing a very good job. I'm thinking specifically of "Waiting for Superman" and "Race to Nowhere."

We have a new project that we started today where we would like to share our story. Our objective is to let all stake-holders have an opportunity to present a 1 to 2 minute clip…

Unscientific survey on paper use in schools

Posted on November 17, 2009 at 9:44pm 0 Comments

Hi all,

Trying to gather some information on paper use in schools. Just looking for the answer to a couple of quick questions.

1. Approximately how much paper (in your teaching) do you use in a day?
2. How many teachers are at your school?

Please respond here:


Free online training in Geogebra

Posted on March 19, 2009 at 4:24pm 18 Comments

Geogebra is a free and open source geometry program, similar in function to Geometer's sketchpad. It also allows for exporting your work to a web friendly format.

This coming Wednesday March 25th, either between 7am to 10am or 1pm to 5pm I plan on running an online workshop on how to use Geogebra. This will have to be limited to the first 20 participants as I am using the free online and screen-sharing website, http://dimdim.com (which has a limit of… Continue

Using student created video word problems as assessment

Posted on February 25, 2009 at 5:30am 0 Comments

I'm currently enrolled in my Masters in Educational Technology at the University of British Columbia, and it's a wonderful program, I highly recommend it. One of the things we are currently looking into is something called the Jasper series, which is essentially a series of videos intended to bring real applications of mathematics into the classroom.

The series has a set up a problem in the real world (like rescuing an injured Eagle, etc...) and students are given a bunch of… Continue

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