# Tag Archives: iBooks

## Student-Created Visual Patterns and Book Creator

After introducing Visual Patterns to my Math 8 students, I began to see their creative side through various “Draw” work samples from our Nearpod patterns lessons. They did an excellent job generalizing linear patterns! Though their experiences with nonlinear functions have … Continue reading

## 2015 First Day Back

I spent the first half of my day at a high school math textbook vendor fair. Having a substitute felt awkward – it was tough to NOT be in my classroom to welcome students back and crack corny jokes about how … Continue reading

## Book Creator Student Math Authors: Take 2

Last May, my students took Book Creator for a test drive. As the school year came to a close, student-authored review eBooks seemed like a worthwhile task to try. Students learned a lot about working cooperatively, using new apps, and presenting mathematics … Continue reading

## Book Creator and Advocacy: A Summer eBook Project About Food Allergies

I’m going to prominently wear my “mom hat” for this post. My son has severe food allergies. In a day and age where this is more prevalent than ever (unfortunately) I’ve found the best way to protect those who have … Continue reading

## Students Use Book Creator to Author Mathematics: Part 1

This year, my students noticed that I often say, “You’ll never see that in a math book.” Some of the topics we explore take a twist. For example, when students solved systems of linear equations using elimination, I called it the … Continue reading

## Stuff I’ve Been Up To

I can hardly believe the school year will abruptly end in a few short weeks! It has been a fantastic year, jam-packed full of amazing opportunities. A quick top-five-favorites goes a little something like this… 1) My students – I … Continue reading