I reviewed this material extensively in planning a lesson for my remedial ninth grade math class. After reviewing several of the available problems, I selected the Monty Hall problem to be the focus of my lesson. While I have not actually used the lesson yet with my students, I plan to in the next few weeks. The quality of the content is very high. I appreciated the variety of classic probability problems that were presented in such a manner that they would be accessible to high school students but also engaging for college students or adults as well. The written descriptions of the problems are informative and thorough and the simulations are engaging. I am extremely optimistic that this resource will be able to be used effectively to help my students understand the use of simulations in solving probability problems.
I found this online resource easy to use and navigate. Despite warnings that some computers may have trouble running the simulations, I had no technical difficulties whatsoever in running the simulations on my home computer and I also no problems running them on the computers at work. One change that might make the Monty Hall simulation easier to understand would be to change the program for the applet to open one door at a time more like it was described on the show Let's Make a Deal.