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Tellagami – Think of the Possibilities….
While on Twitter I recently learned about the Tellagami App and immediately I started thinking about how much fun it would be for students while allowing them to create ways to share their learning. Formative and summative assessments might just … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra, Calculus, Common Core, Geometry, Technology
Tagged art, assessment, Language Arts, Math, Mathematics, Mobile App, Music, Science, Social Studies, technology
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Read a Test to Students without Saying a Word!
I’ve always thought there would be some very cool educational applications for QR codes. I’ve make QR scavenger hunts that are fun for students while being great learning activities. There is an example of a Quadrilateral Properties Scavenger Hunt Activity … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra, Common Core, Math Education, Technology
Tagged assessment, efficiency, learning, lesson, Math, Special Needs Students, technology
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Deluxe Containers – Student work
For project details… Design a Deluxe Container
Posted in Common Core, Geometry, Technology
Tagged assessment, Creativity, efficiency, geometry, Math, maximum, minimum, sphere, sphere packing, spheres, technology, volume
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Taking Polls for FREE
Your students want you to know their opinions but doing it and teaching class can be a bit cumbersome and time consuming. You can take polls of your students in many ways. One of my favorites is found at http://www.polleverywhere.com Take … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged assessment, clickers, poll, poll everywhere, technology
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Cell Phones, QR Codes, GPS and Tablets
I just read a post by Katie Stansberry at http://www.iste.org/connect/isteconnects/blog.aspx and how she used a a free QR code generator and created a scavenger hunt for her students with their cell phones at the University of Oregon. It got me thinking… why not … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education, Technology
Tagged Algebra, assessment, calculus, design, geometry, Math, student work, technology
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