Here is a collection of resources, media, and mentions. Each static visual is also a link to the content, so feel free to click around!
iPadpalooza 2016, Austin #iplza16
Are you using Desmos? Activity Builder? Polygraph? Classroom change is happening thanks to this versatile tool!
The Nearpod Blog mentions tips for integrating Nearpod effectively in a mathematics classroom. Check out tips #6 and #10 by clicking below!
Guest blog post! Nearpod “Best Practices” for Math v2.0
Here are Nearpod lessons for grades 6 and 7, aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, from my classroom to yours.
Additionally, Nearpod was gracious enough to interview me and feature my lessons!
Being a Nearpod Author rocks – thanks again for the feature, Nearpod!
Check out this post, featuring ways to use Kahoot! in math class, and Kahoots! aligned to Texas math standards (TEKS)!
Here’s my “One Best Thing” free multi-touch book, which helps teachers learn strategies to utilize Nearpod for formative assessment, progress monitoring, and instruction. This resource was designed as a part of the Apple Distinguished Educator Institute I attended in 2013. There’s a collection of them if you are looking for other topics too.
Here is an iTunes U course that features a student authoring project my students have enjoyed using the Book Creator app. You can access the course on iTunes and give it a try with your own students.
Honored to be featured on the ADEs on iTunes U page!
Book Creator featured our mathematics authoring project on the Book Creator Blog! Read about how my students became textbook authors and see samples of their work.
An exciting Ed Surge feature! Using Desmos TEST MODE for State Testing, 2015:
An NBC news reporter contacted me and asked about up-and-coming digital tools for a back-to-school feature. Happy to share some of my favorite tools with the world in this NBC article!
Thanks for showcasing my students and a variety of classroom strategies on Edutopia, Lisa Johnson!
Why DO Ti-graphing calculators STILL cost so much? Check out this article, and what my students think of Ti-calculators versus free apps like Desmos:
I had the opportunity to design and record algebra video lessons for Querium, a local Austin start-up whose smart software is helping students prepare for college placement exams. Check out one of my videos, featured on their website, by clicking their logo below:
ThingLink featured one of my vocabulary resources on their blog:
I was featured on the Teachers Pay Teachers Milestones Blog:
My blog was featured in this Edutopia article by fellow ADE Monica Burns:
I’ve been added to the mathematics library at Drexel’s Math Forum:
A Tech Forum promotional video for 3 seconds of fame, ha!
A site affiliated with “Essay Tigers” placed me on their “Bestest Educational Blogs” of 2014. Um… using “bestest” on a site about “essays” is concerning, but I’ll play along and post the link anyway… 😉
When the fine folks from Kahoot were in town for #SXSWedu2015, they stopped by my classroom and Kahooted WITH my Algebra students! What a thrill! Check out this article for additional highlights:
Thanks for the mention, MorrisCooke!
A post about… you guessed it… Nearpod!
Why not add my son to the mix? Here he is in the Huffington Post 🙂