MathDisk is now available in Edmodo store

Today we are excited to announce the availability of MathDisk in Edmodo store. Edmodo the top learning environment, with its 32 million strong user community can now access MathDisk worksheet portal directly from its platform.

Edmodo Teachers can post their worksheets to their respective student   groups right from MathDisk builder itself through a single click.

Go and try MathDisk (  and bring your Textbook alive !!!

STEM Learning Summit 2014, Longwood University,Virginia 

Modeling With MathDisk presented at Institute for Teaching through Technology and Innovative Practices by Co-founder  Rafiq Jaffar Ali


Educational Interfaces between Mathematics and Industry, ICT, 2014,Mumbai

Ashraf (Founder-MathDisk, on Role of Technology in Mathematics)



Dec 8

What Math enthusiast bloggers have to say about MathDisk ?

Math Disk seems like a tool that already has an extensive library of resources and will allow almost anything a mathematics teacher would need in a worksheet.- 
Kyle Foerschler, Student, Kansas State University and future Math teacher.

Math teachers always seemed to be left out of the world of integrating technology with fewer tools to use.  Here comes Math Disk…  Matthew Mayo, Instructional Technology Specialist

MathDisk… a wonderful  mathematical interactive designerGeorge Osipovich,Head of Research Center of information and educational technologies,Armavir,Russia.

MathDisk is pretty awesome and pretty robust … Jason Nowaczyk - edutech blogger.

MathDisk  is a clever software, with tools to learn any area of mathematics.. - ICT Pond,Netherlands

Thank you bloggers !!! 

Have fun, be creative, and teach mathematics the MathDisk way.

Dec 6

Educators are tweeting about MathDisk !!!

This is the screen grab of  twitter feeds in response to MathDisk 4.0 released and advertised on

MathDisk @ BEXCO, Busan, South Korea (2013)

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Application of progressive discovery as a teaching aid using MathDisk - Presented by Dr Ajit Kumar (ICT,India ) and Sharfudeen Ashraf (Founder MathDisk) at Asian Mathematical Conference South Korea


The pedagogical benefits of using computer aided dynamic geometry software in classrooms are well understood among educators. MathDisk, the latest entrant into this foray, has all the essential aspects one could expect from interactive mathematical software. MathDisk goes beyond the conventional feature set which defines this class of software and implements proven learning techniques found in other disciplines. One such technique in MathDisk called “Progressive Discovery” is a concept found extensively in user interface design to improve the readability and usability of software. 

Progressive discovery (or disclosure) is an information presentation pattern, where the focus of the audience is centered on one point at a time eliminating wordiness or overwhelming and distracting information. MathDisk provides a simple and systematic approach for applying this concept into mathematical presentations. Using this principle, a certain part of given Mathematical model is displayed or animated before revealing the entire model. This approach of progressively disclosing the model not only demystifies complex concepts, but by highlighting basic constructs it also reinforces that the underlying concepts behind many advanced topics are essentially the interplay of the same fundamental mathematical operations.

In this paper we have  illustrated this concept using couple of examples in 2D and 3D. The paper also provides a brief overview of the tools available within MathDisk to achieve progressive discovery and how to effectively apply this as a teaching aid. 

Logic / Foundations / History of Mathematics / Mathematic Education (Classification: 97N80)

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Dr Ajit Kumar (ICT)


Live online Example-1 (Nine Point Circle)

Live online Example-2 (system of Linear Equations)


International Conference on Mathematics and Technology- Hosted by Ministry of Education, Cambodia



MathDisk co-founder Rafiq JaffarAli  giving guest lecture at Royal University of Phnom Penh,Cambodia.

MathDisk - Workshop Sessions

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