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Braingenie - Over 4000 practice and video lessons

Braingenie - Over 4000 practice and video lessons | education-kalenaoffice | Scoop.it

Braingenie is the Web's most comprehensive math practice site. Popular among educators and families, Braingenie provides practice and video lessons in more than 4,000 skills in math and science.

 

You can register to set up a class, have your students practice skills that are aligned to the CCSS and check on their progress.  There are multi-player opportunities and videos to demonstrate the math process or skill.

 

Why UDL?

Problems are illustated visually with video lessons that offer multiple means of representation and engagement with the content in math and science.


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Videos, Lesson Plans & Assemblies for RE, PSHE & Citizenship

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Math Paper - Doing Math on an iPad: An App for ALL Learners

Math Paper - Doing Math on an iPad: An App for ALL Learners | education-kalenaoffice | Scoop.it

"Math Paper is by far the best option I’ve seen for doing math work on the iPad! Math Paper won’t do calculations or graphs, but it provides all the tools needed to do everything from basic computation to complex algebra. Math Paper has been developed with the principles of UDL in mind, so it’s a tool that can be used effectively and independently by anyone, including individuals with motor challenges or cognitive processing issues. Accessibility and ease of use have been addressed successfully.

 

Math Paper cost:  $19.99.  Paul Hamilton notes in his blog that this is an exceptional app and is worth the cost.


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Melissa Marshall's curator insight, December 8, 2013 10:48 PM

Here is an app that gives students a maths workbook to use in class. I am wondering if it ever pops up as free on AppsGoneFree in order to test it. I am not sure it is worth the cost but might need to look into it.