# Tag Archives: DocAS

## The Ripple Effect of Having the #MTBoS PLN

Though I’m on spring break, I’m still scouring Twitter for ideas for upcoming curriculum topics. I’m spoiled rotten. There are so many kindred spirits doing amazing things, and I get to learn from them and add their work to my … Continue reading

## What to do with only one iPad…?

My mathy friend Eric Milou recently asked me to help a middle school math teacher he knew because she only has access to one iPad in her classroom and isn’t sure how to best use it. Additionally, she has access … Continue reading

## Giving graphingstories.com a Go!

Living vicariously through my student teacher, Lauren, we came upon the “Interpreting Graphs” lesson in Algebra, and I suggested that she give graphingstories.com a go. Today, each class period had a brief discussion about the general usefulness of graphs, and … Continue reading

## August Rush! Apps & More

No no… not the tear-jerker movie! For me “August Rush” is something that begins happening in my brain, truthfully in July, as the new school year quickly approaches. It’s that feeling that my brain never turns off. I’m not a … Continue reading

## Just Because You CAN Annotate It, Doesn’t Mean You Should

This annotating message is one I have heard loudly and clearly from my math students this year. The 2012-2013 school year has been our first year with 1:1 iPads. As a matter of fact, as of this past week, every … Continue reading

## 5 Ways to Get Your Feet Wet With 1-to-1 iPads

Using iPads in a 1-to-1 classroom can be overwhelming at first. So many apps and tools exist that it’s tough to know where to start. Here’s a top 5 list of quick and simple ways to get your feet wet … Continue reading

## With DocAS, Students *DO* Like Doing Math on the iPad

Our staff is brand-new to this 1-to-1 iPad gig. We help each other, share ideas, and seek help and feedback from our students. Recently, I heard a broad generalization about our 1-to-1 that irked me… The statement was that the students … Continue reading