Friday, September 28, 2018

Math Links for Week Ending Sept. 28th, 2018

Not everyone is a Keynote user. Even though I use a Mac, I have never used it either, but the more I see the more intrigued I get. So that being said, if you are at all interested in possibly seeing how Keynote might help you as a math teacher, then check out this iBook from @mathycathy where she explores some of the things you can do for math with Keynote and why making things visual is a good thing. Get more info and download the iBook at the link below and then you can start using the hashtags #KeynoteForMath and #EveryoneCanCreate.
Curriculum Tags: All

One of the things I like about the math community on the Internet is we are all into remixing each other's stuff. Last week I posted this @desmos activity where kids could practice graphing points and relatively quickly @SGiekAHS made some quick additions and changes and just like that, it's better.
Curriculum Tags: Gr7

Also from @SGiekAHS is this card sort on exponent rules. I like card sorts because they are a quick way for kids to practice in a non threatening way. And so when teachers share these it's great because they are time consuming to make.
Curriculum Tags: MPM1D

It's always fun to find new hashtags, what a neat idea: #sidewalkmath. Get into it. Thanks to @_b_p for starting this.
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Who doesn't like a good Star Wars based pictograph.
Curriculum Tags: Gr7, Gr8

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