Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Visualizing Education Topics

I work as a TA for the Computer Science department and it is one of my favorite things that I do. But one of the big issues with helping students grasp CS topics is that it is hard to connect the lines of code on your screen to the actions that they represent.

One of the first ways I learned to cope with my understanding in these subjects was to draw pictures. Sometimes pictures drawn on a board or sheet of paper have limitations that animations can overcome. Modeling abstract or 3D concepts is the best way to visualize and learn.

This is a library of gifs featured on wiki pages that help explain mathematical concepts.

Computer science sorting algorithms visualized with audio representations for the process a computer takes when following different algorithms.

See math concepts modeled in animations that can be interacted with to help learn.

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