Click the links below to download the Pulse Math Final Report, User Scenario and Learning Friends People. These describe a project funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. The links below in the "Math Activity" section lead to the activity described in the reports.
Here are the files you can download to play "Miranda's Math: Zak Learns Place Value," a prototype first grade math activity. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation funded this project.
Miranda's Math is available to you free of charge. Let us know how you liked it! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This prototype is designed to show how next generation, "high play value, high learning value" software can help transform education for children around the world. With a comprehensive set of programs like this, children can learn "expanded basics," starting with math and how to read and write in English.
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Note on Hardware Acceleration
To run smoothly on your computer, Pulse3D requires a graphic card with a minimum of 32 MB of VRAM.
PC users can check this with the following steps:
Mac users running OS X may be able to check this with the following steps:
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