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Lesson plans and resources for your SMART Board - SMART Exchange

Lesson plans and resources for your SMART Board - SMART Exchange
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Counting Coconuts: Felt Fractions These have been on my "must-make" list for over a year and it wasn't until I saw them on Pinterest that I moved them to the very top of the list and finally put them together. I love tactile ways of teaching math. I've said time and again that I would probably have had better luck with math in school had I been taught with Montessori math materials and other hands on materials such as these. App Tested: Zaption, EDpuzzle & EduCanon Description In the winter and spring of 2013, I piloted a one-to-one classroom using the flipped learning model. Content lectures were recorded and assigned to students as homework. Students then came back to class, took a short quiz to show their understandings, and worked on a higher order thinking lesson for the day in the classroom.

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