"Math in my classroom may look a little different in my room than other classrooms. At first Glance, it looks a bit chaotic and messy. You may not see me at first glance, I might be playing a math game with a student, or working with a small group on the carpet, or going over the math concept that we are currently working on with a group that needs a little extra help at the guided reading table."
This is a blog entry from Kristen Wideen, a teacher in Canada, who integrates a variety of technology into her lessons. This is a blog entry about a mathematics lesson that she planned so the Year 2 students could work in pairs in the classroom while consolidating mathematic concepts. She created an application (app) for each station so the students can work through the activity and then record their progress through an app called Explain Everything. This activity can link to the Australian Curriculum processes and production skills because students can capture and display data for the teachers use.
What are we learning from games? TrainingZone.co.uk (blog) Last Monday evening, I listened to My Teacher is an App – the final part of a three part series examining the increased use of digital technology within education from primary school to...
A maths education change agent who is passionate about the way mathematics is represented in the classroom and is an advocate for using mathematics in a manner in which the students can identify with it and it is used in everyday situations.
There are a lot of web tools out there. Many of which are free or, at the very least, freemium. In other words, you can do a free trial to see if you like it. With so many to choose from, it’s tough to figure out which ones work best, are popular, are well supported, …
This is a list of useful iPad apps in the classroom. I know my childrens' school have iPads available for students, but not too many and have heard of whole classes in some schools trialling the use of iPads.
Here are 10 apps that increase learning and are carefully designed to help children develop higher-order thinking skills, compared to many of the ‘skill-and-drill’ type apps that dominate the children’s app market.
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