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In The Moment
The SAMR Model is a fundamental framework often used to help educators consider how and why to integrate technology. Teachers are encouraged to aim “above the line” to provide students with potentially transformative experiences, rather than simply enhancing tasks with technology. … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
Tagged #MTBoS, assessment, communication, Desmos, nearpod, Open Middle
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Celebrating the 201415 School Year With Animoto
I shared this video with students and parents, with shoutouts on Twitter to many featured digital tools and resources that have become a regular part of my practice. Thanks to every one of these tools, and the folks that keep … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
Tagged Algebra, Animoto, Book Creator, Desmos, Explain Everything, Kahoot!, nearpod, Open Middle, thatquiz.org, thinglink
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Functions – Nearpod Learning Check
Looking ahead to our next unit, I was sifting through some ideas about introducing relations and functions to both my algebra students (8th graders) AND my preAP Math 8 students (7th graders experiencing new 8th grade TEKS and therefore, experiencing more … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
Tagged Algebra, anchoring activity, assessment, error analysis, Keynote, nearpod, Open Middle, PreAlgebra, review, thinglink
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