Sugar Learning Platform - calculation activity
DescriptionSugar Learning Platform promotes collaborative learning through Sugar Activities that encourage critical thinking, the heart of a quality education. Designed from the ground up especially for children, Sugar offers an alternative to traditional “office-desktop” software. Learner applications in Sugar are called Activities. They are software packages that automatically save your work - producing specific instances of the Activity that can be resumed at a later time. Many Activities support learner collaboration, where multiple learners may be invited to join a collective Activity session. The Calculate Activity is an infix-notation graphing calculator. Type an expression or select components from the toolbars, and press Return to evaluate it.
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