Aaron Titus on Computational Modeling in the Physics Classroom

Dr. Aaron Titus is Associate Professor of Physics and Chair at High Point University. He has been using and creating technology to teach Physics since the late 90s. I’ve been fortunate to know Aaron for many of those years, originally through our mutual work on WebAssign and now with Trinket and GlowScript. In this interview, […]

Youngseok Lee teaches Python for data and network analysis

Youngseok Lee is a Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering at Chungnam National University in Korea. He teaches Python for data and network and analysis to college freshmen and recently translated one of our Hour of Python lessons into Korean! We had the opportunity to learn a little more about Youngseok in the interview […]

Rhett Allain on “Sloppy Code” and Messy Learning

Dr. Rhett Allain is an educator, author, and blogger who’s fascinated by physics.  In his books and on his blog for Wired he explores the wacky calculations behind cool things, real and imaginary.  From the physics of Stephen Curry’s Jump Shot to the Center of Mass of Thor’s Hammer, Allain consistently amuses an interests himself and […]

Dan Aldred’s Coding Sites Reach the UK & Beyond

Dan Aldred is an exceptional teacher, even amongst the already great bunch we have the pleasure of working with every day at Trinket.  In addition to teaching sophmores (Year 10s, as they say over in the UK), Dan puts all of his educational material online at canyoucompute.co.uk, tecoed.co.uk and cambridgetech.co.uk.  In this interview, Dan talks about how […]