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11 Virtual Tools for the Math Classroom

11 Virtual Tools for the Math Classroom | Poverty assignment   [Chee Tse Min] | Scoop.it

More and more classrooms are gaining access to technology that can be used with students. Whether you're modeling a lesson, creating stations or working in a one-to-one classroom, virtual tools can promote student engagement while increasing academic success.

Here are some free apps for iPads -- along with a few other tips -- that can transform your daily lessons and are definitely worth checking out!


Via John Evans
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In the 21st century where the technology revolves around our lives, we no longer need to stick to old fashioned teaching ways limited to papers and pens. This article shows us we can even use an iPad as our learning tool. Now, more and more classrooms are gaining access to technology that can be used with students.

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Judith Morais's curator insight, December 29, 2013 7:34 PM

Great tools to use for maths Teaching. there are more resources found by respondents that I look forward to exploring.

Darleana McHenry's curator insight, January 20, 10:35 PM

I am looking for Apps for Math and this looks promising.

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It Is Expensive to Be Poor

It Is Expensive to Be Poor | Poverty assignment   [Chee Tse Min] | Scoop.it
Minimum-wage jobs are physically demanding, have unpredictable schedules, and pay so meagerly that workers can't save up enough to move on.

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What did the government do about poverty? In 1964, the Federal government started to invest money in Medicine. Due to this, poverty among seniors has decreased significantly. I strongly believe that it IS a responsibilty of the government to be righteous and free of corruption. This could help the country or nation prosper in every aspect, in this case, the citizens would not be facing money crisis. Un fortunately, there was never enough money for the fight against poverty.....

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Citrine Tan's curator insight, January 21, 10:00 AM

I really admire this president of the country. As many people are living in poverty, this president managed to step up and find means to reduce the rate of poverty by having better job opportunities, health and living conditions. There is also more medicaid to ensure better medic help and security to ensure the safety. " Poverty is the shortage of money" but I disagree to this statement because poverty is not all only about the shortage of money but also how you view yourself. Example, you are living in poverty but if you give yourself a chance and work hard for what you want, i am sure evntually you will succeed. But if you view youself negatively, definitely cannot succeed. Shortage of money is just a factor while how you view yourself is more of a principle in life...

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11 Virtual Tools for the Math Classroom

11 Virtual Tools for the Math Classroom | Poverty assignment   [Chee Tse Min] | Scoop.it

More and more classrooms are gaining access to technology that can be used with students. Whether you're modeling a lesson, creating stations or working in a one-to-one classroom, virtual tools can promote student engagement while increasing academic success.

Here are some free apps for iPads -- along with a few other tips -- that can transform your daily lessons and are definitely worth checking out!


Via John Evans
Chee Tse Min's insight:

In the 21st century where the technology revolves around our lives, we no longer need to stick to old fashioned teaching ways limited to papers and pens. This article shows us we can even use an iPad as our learning tool. Now, more and more classrooms are gaining access to technology that can be used with students.

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Judith Morais's curator insight, December 29, 2013 7:34 PM

Great tools to use for maths Teaching. there are more resources found by respondents that I look forward to exploring.

Darleana McHenry's curator insight, January 20, 10:35 PM

I am looking for Apps for Math and this looks promising.

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U.S. AID education/poverty infographic

U.S. AID education/poverty infographic | Poverty assignment   [Chee Tse Min] | Scoop.it

An excellent infographic that highlights the importance of education in the process of fighting poverty.  Why is education (especially women) so pivotal for development?  Should this change how we think about humanitarian aid?       


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From this article, I concluded that education definitely played a big part in our future. With knowledge, we could pass it down to our next generation. With that, they would not need to suffer from hunger as they could use their new found knowledge to feed themselves. With education, they could definitely prevent unplanned pregnancny and practiced birth control and prevent the high death rates of infants dying from lack of nutrients and hunger.

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Fiqah Nasrin's curator insight, January 27, 8:37 AM

From this article i get to know that a child who born to an educated mother will benefit more than a child who born to mothers without an education. Quite a number of women in the world are without a proper education. Is it fair to women without a proper education to be condemn to be told that their child will do poorly rather than a child of an educated mothers. Their child would eventually suceed through hard work and support from their family.

Zemus Koh's curator insight, January 27, 10:11 AM

From this infographic, I can see the importance of education and how it can impact us in our lives. Education is key as it can help us in many ways such as being able to teach our offspings survival skills and also help us to earn more so that we can bring up a family and support them. However important education is, it still comes with a price. As such, many are deprived of this oppurtunity to be educated even though education is somewhat considered a neccessity. Other benefits of education to women include a lesser chance of contracting STDs and also having a higher chance to immunize their children compared to non-educated women. Since education is a key to survival and an important part in our lives, why is it that no effort is made to promote this or to fund more projects that help the less fortunate to get a chance to be educated?

Fiqah Nasrin's curator insight, February 23, 7:28 AM

This article tells me that a child who born to an educated mother will benefit more than a child who born to mothers without an education. Quite a number of women in the world are without a proper education. Is it fair to women without a proper education to be condemn to be told that their child will do poorly rather than a child of an educated mothers. Their child would eventually succeed through hard work and support from their family. It stated that most children who drop out from school are girls and most of the people cant read live in developing countries. In this century i am sure that proper education are given to those who could not afford it as everyone want to succeed. I think that it does not matter if a child's mother is without an education as they can succeed if they work hard and opportunity is given to them.

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How the War on Poverty Succeeded (in Four Charts) : The New Yorker

How the War on Poverty Succeeded (in Four Charts) : The New Yorker | Poverty assignment   [Chee Tse Min] | Scoop.it
Measuring poverty properly, as is only now being done, reveals that it has fallen pretty dramatically since the mid-nineteen-sixties.
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To me, as a student, I do not need to worry aboout my daily allowance or my meals. I come from an average income family but I do not face these problems that one in three people in the United States faces. My family do not fall into pandemonium because of one parking ticket. But after I read this news article, I found out that people, especially women in the United States are facing poverty. Some of them need to work so didligently as the sole bread winner of the family to feed their families.

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