Digital education tools are used in just about all school subjects, there's iPad Apps, Web Apps, email, online competitions, forums, the list goes on and its difficult to keep up with the various platforms being used. That makes it challenging to keep children safe online. There will be 12 modules in the Cyber Security Challenge that range from how information flows through the internet to how malicious exploits are developed and the use of A.I for both cyber offence and defence.
Cyber Security Challenge Module 1 is now available. This introductory module is for everyone over 10 and explores how computers process and exchange information accross networks and some of the underlying principles of digital systems.
The Turing test developed by Alan Turing is a test of a computers ability to exhibit intelligent behaviour equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human. We have developed gniruT, an application that writes maths questions and solves them.
We have developed a number of math educational resources built around the gniruT application. There is a math engine that generates questions and the answers across 50 subjects from algebra, arithmetic, measurement, comparison and probability to polynomials and calculus. The difficulty and other options can be fine tuned to suit any number of requirements.
There is also a range of math quizzes that have been generated by the gniruT math engine and are curated multiple choice questions. Each quiz begins with a lesson that explains how to solve the questions for the given difficulty and subject. For logged in users there is also detailed feedback at the end of the quiz. The math quizzes range in difficulty and cover addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, patterns, conversion, sorting, rounding, algebra, binary math, word problems and time.
A number of interactive learning tools are also available to help demonstrate various mathematical concepts. These include an analogue clock with draggable hands, a 12 and 24 hour digital display and time elapsed functionality. There is also interactive angle and fraction tools to help visually demonstrate those math concepts.
As a little tribute to Alan Turing there is the MindLocker puzzle game. To unlock that game you will need to crack a code and you can find clues for the code by beating gniruT at various quizzes.