## TED Talk – Salman Khan – Let’s Use Video to Reinvent Education

Great video for students, teachers, and learners of all kinds!

### About Kyle Pearce

Secondary Math Teacher and Intermediate Math Coach with the Greater Essex County District School Board leading a Ministry funded 1:1 iPad project called Tap Into Teen Minds. I currently teach at Tecumseh Vista Academy K-12 in the morning and focus on duties for the Middle Years Collaborative Inquiry (MYCI) Project in the afternoon.

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### 8 comments on “TED Talk – Salman Khan – Let’s Use Video to Reinvent Education”

1. Amanda M. says:

This is completely unrelated to this link, but i thought i would post my comment on something visible and recent.
Im trying to submit to google docs for my EQAO but it is giving me a “working Offline message everytime i try to submit…
I tried to change my settings so im working “online”but everytime i submit to google docs, it still tells me im offline.

• Mr. Pearce says:

That’s odd!! But thanks for informing me. Try it again in 10 minutes or so and in the meantime, I’ll shoot you an email which you can reply to with your answers if all else fails!

Good luck, grasshopper!

2. Amanda says:

Alright thanks alot, im gonna try this before midnight hits,

3. Abbey says:

hi! I wasn’t sure about how the posatives and negatives worked, i was looking at my old notes but nothing really cleared it up for me…
is it “+ plus += -” “- plus -= +” and “+ plus -= -” ??
so confused!

• Mr. Pearce says:

Howdy!

With adding and subtracting, the sign which has the larger number wins…

I.e.: -6 + 4 = -2 since there were more negatives than positive.

When MULTIPLYING and DIVIDING, that’s when the sign rules work:

+ times + = +
- times – = +

+ times – = -
- times + = -

Notice, multiplying same signs gives positive result.

Multiplying opposite signs gives negative result.

Good luck!

4. Abbey says:

hi! just a simple question that i just for some reason can’t find the answer too!
if the question is “2n + 2m” would be the answer be the same as the question because there is no lke terms..or would you add 2 and 2 together?

• Mr. Pearce says:

Hey there-
2m and 2n are unlike terms. Therefore you are correct, the answer is the question!

2m + 2m = 4m

But

2m + 2n = 2m + 2n

• Abbey says:

Okay! thanks a lot!