YES!! I’d love some help! Here’s the latest version. Nic Tassone (@nic_ntassone) did some work on the animations on slide 6…and then I tried to make some changes to make it work better…and messed it all up. (It’s a mess in there…)
I’m terrible at syntax…but have a good idea on what and how to make this happen. I’m happy to hop on a phone or zoom call.
Here’s Nic’s version that has the animations working a bit better, but it’s still not quite right:
My version contains some positive changes to Nic’s work and is what I consider the most up to date. The big coding problem at the moment is helping students see how to discussion/argument can improve accuracy by making their old estimates in a list move to their new estimates.
The easier solution here would just be showing the old estimates at (L, 3) and the new estimates at (M, 0) so that they can compare the two lists of estimates. (This would show the old estimates 3 units above the new ones.)
I’m open to ideas.
Here’s a short post that explains my intent: http://undercovercalculus.com/love-statistics/
Apologies for the long reply. Thanks for anything you’re willing to help me do! My hope is that once we get this refined, I can use it as a template to churn out dozens more of these.