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Table of Contents - Math Open Reference. An Entire Interactive Notebook. Warning: This is a LONG post, full of a gazillion pictures! Everything I read and/or hear about interactive notebooks is people asking "how do I do this? " I cannot stress enough that making interactive notebooks has to work for YOU, how YOU decide to use them. For me, in my opinion, teachers just need to do it. Seriously, it seems cliche' but it's true.

Do it and then USE them in your classroom. That's the most important thing. When we made a foldable about tax, tip and percent and then students asked me, "How do I find percent? " At the end of the year when students were writing to next years students about what they would need to know to survive sixth grade math, many of them said, "Keep your math binder organized and look at your notes first before asking for help.

" I want you to see what a "real" notebook looks like from beginning to end. This was my first day of school activity. Page 2 is guidelines and expectations. These are state reference materials. This was a warm up page. Egads! Math. Free Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Calculus Worksheets. StudyJams. Login | TenMarks. LearnZillion. Table of Contents - Buzzmath. Free Online Textbooks, FlashCards, Exercises, RWA's, Simulations. Mathematics. Annenberg Learner . The Annenberg Learner, from the Annenberg Foundation, is a collection of classroom resources sortable by discipline and by grade.

From step-by-step lesson plans on a variety of topics from the Wild West to neuroscience to literature to multimedia resources, there is something here for all types of teaching and learning styles. Some of the resources here are free; to access complete programs, purchase is necessary. Applied Math , High School . The lesson, “ pyramid of pennies ,” starts with a video on a blog (written by another math teacher) read by a teacher. It comes with an article, questions, images, etc. It would fit well as an opener to the sum of an infinite sequence. Building Engaging Applets with Geogebra. Caching In. Get The Math ( ). Harvey’s Home Page . Louisiana's Online Algebra Program. Math Centers with Video . Putting Your Money to Work. STEM and Project Based Learning. Texas Instruments. Voicethread.

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Inspiring Middle School Literacy. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives. Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium. CCSSTOOLBOX.COM. Order of Operations Math Song - 5th / 6th Grade. Math. Tools. Create A Graph. Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching. Library - Gooru. Explore Lessons.

Activities. Thinking Blocks - Model and Solve Math Word Problems. Greg Tang Math Demo Site. Mathematics in Movies. Math and the Movies Main Page. Movie Clips in the Mathematics Classroom Many of the students in today’s secondary (and college) classrooms grew up watching attention-grabbing, action-packed educational programs.

These students now spend more hours in front of a video screen than they do reading books. No wonder students may find traditional mathematics education to be dull and boring. So, what can mathematics educators do to compete in this exciting and captivating world of technology? The answer seems to be simple: embrace technology in the classroom. What is meant by movie clips? Using Clips - things to remember: (1) Purchase the movie/video that you will be using rather than using a copy.

. (2) Always preview a clip before showing it to your class. . (3) As with all educational materials, choose clips that are tastefully done and are age appropriate. . (4) Limit the clip to showing only the information that is relevant to the mathematical concept you are trying to develop. . (7) Set the stage for the clip. Common Core Math | NJCTL. Decimals and Fractions on the Number Line. Calypso Systems Online Sudoku. Create A Graph.

NLVM 6 - 8 Manipulatives. IXL Math | Online math practice and lessons. Math.com - World of Math Online. The Math Worksheet Site.com. Formative Assessment Lessons (beta) Read more about the purpose of the MAP Classroom Challenges… Mathematical goals This lesson unit is intended to help students to: Add and subtract directed numbers (positive, negative and zero) with understanding.Address common misconceptions about the addition and subtraction of directed numbers.Explain their reasoning using diagrams.

Introduction This lesson unit is structured in the following way: Before the lesson, students work individually on an assessment task designed to reveal their current understanding. Materials required Each student will need a mini-whiteboard, pen and eraser, some blank paper and copies of the assessment tasks Directed Numbers and Directed Numbers (Revisited). Time needed 15 minutes before the lesson, a 90-minute lesson and 15 minutes in a subsequent lesson, or for homework. A draft Brief Guide for teachers and administrators (PDF) is now available, and is recommended for anybody using the MAP Classroom Challenges for the first time.

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Put on Your Thinking Caps | Math by Design. Algebra. Geometry. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives. Browse Interactives. FunBrain.com - The Internet's #1 Education Site for K-8 Kids and Teachers - Funbrain.com.

Khan Academy. Math Bits Secondary Math Resources with the Common Core.