Competent Online Instructions
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As the web becomes one of the fundamental resources for learning, science and math teachers are facing the challenge of producing equations for the web in the manner similar to those found in printed textbook. HTML formatting cannot reproduce all possible equations so teachers and instructional designers who maintain science and math websites must come-up with a way to produce them. One is by producing a linear string of text that looks like an instruction to a programming language. The other is by using images, which can produce the more familiar way of writing equations as seen in books and in the classroom.
Creating a lecture blog, wherein you write your lessons so that the students can review them anytime, will definitely help your students and reduce the time you need for consultations. You need not to spend your own money in creating lecture blogs as there are free and easy-to-use providers, some of which I will discuss in this article.