MathTech Review: One on Epsilon
With Epsilon Stream, One on Epsilon has set out to create an experience through which people can explore their mathematical curiousity. From their Blogs (Curious Epsilon) to their Editor’s Picks, there is no shortage of interesting mathematical learning to be discovered. Best bit, it’s free!
One on Epsilon was founded by a team of maths educators and researchers including Dr. Yoni Nazarathy and Dr. Phil Isaac from The University of Queensland. They are on a mission to deliver engaging curated mathematics through innovative software and content.
So how can it best serve you as a teacher? Well, to start with, their blogs are a great source of inspiration for further exploratory maths activities in the classroom. If you have a read through them you’ll find some very interesting maths explorations ready to be adapted to an enquiry task.
Teaching conditional probability? Checkout their blog ‘May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favour’ to explore how to find the average number of houses on a street using only the percentage of odd vs even houses on a street.