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Google Slides: Digital Notebooks

 Google Slide Rubric for Linear Systems http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=PrintRubric&rubric_id=2676156&; One of the n…

Started by Kathleen Kocimski

0 Mar 11, 2017

Online Graphing Resources

Hello, my name is Anna-Marie and I am currently a Master’s student in the Educational Technology program at Boise State University. As part…

Started by Anna-Marie Robertson

1 Jul 16, 2012
Reply by Kiera Chase

Using Technology to Support Students From Home

I teach Math 8 and I'm doing an inquiry on how providing increased options for at-home support will affect my students' competence and conf…

Started by Laura Spindlove

1 Nov 26, 2011
Reply by Brian Arnot

GET THE MATH? Three online tutorials my eighth and ninth graders tried out & reflected on in collaborative groups...

http://www.thirteen.org/get-the-math/   My eighth graders were done with practice and problems from the text.  We had ran races to then cal…

Started by Snydersensei

1 Nov 21, 2011
Reply by Brian Arnot

Using technology in Math class: student-centered

I'm a Math 8 teacher doing a unit on Algebra. I use technology in my instruction (teach with touch-screen tablet computer + digital project…

Started by Laura Spindlove

1 Jun 12, 2011
Reply by Elizabeth Durkin

MATH PRACTICE AND LEARNING PROGRAM – FREE FOR TEACHERS

Hi,   TenMarks has launched a math practice and learning program for grades 3 - High School and as of today, it’s FREE for teachers to us…

Started by Dan Sherman

0 Nov 16, 2010

Online Notetaking

I just wrote a blog post this morning about not using pencil and paper to take math notes. Instead the students I teach are taking notes on…

Started by Eddie Carr

6 Aug 21, 2010
Reply by Eddie Carr

YouTube Math Investigation

If possible please review my lesson plan. I plan to open the year with a YouTube investigation. I have attached the lesson. Please suggest…

Started by denise mulloy

0 Jul 28, 2010

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