Author: Art Bardige

I am a digital learning pioneer who believes that technology can play a great role in enabling every child to learn efficiently, effectively, and economically. What if Math is my latest work and the most exciting I have ever been involved with. I hope you will give it a try.


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9 Reasons for Using Spreadsheets in Schools

  1. Spreadsheets are equity platforms available to all students at no cost. They can give every student a fresh start in math.
  2. Spreadsheets from Microsoft, Google, and Apple are ubiquitous, easy to use, powerful, and part of a suite with common, familiar, supported interfaces.
  3. Spreadsheets are the tools students will use in their workplace as well as school for relevant real learning.
  4. Spreadsheets are not just computational tools, they are visualization and data science tools.
  5. Spreadsheets are function machines using functions and functional thinking to build and work with models essential to all STEM projects.
  6. Spreadsheets are the financial and business communities goto program, central to modern financial literacy.
  7. Spreadsheets are coding platforms easy to use for beginners and powerful enough for serious programming.
  8. Spreadsheets are sharing applications enabling and encouraging students to collaborate and community for group problem solving online.
  9. Spreadsheets have a huge support network of videos, templates, and help available on the Web and the community.

Our Partner — ERC

ERC Educational Resource Consortium

We’re suggesting a “New Architecture” for learning – one that foments deeper and more naturalistic intellectual engagement, provides flexible yet durable structures, proven inquiry practices with a “tool kit” for student and teacher success, and a vision of personalization that is far more than “blended learning” or the pursuit of “competencies”.

“Proper Questions”

“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
Albert Einstein