Teaching Math on an iPad – EDUWELLS
In my High school, one of the last departments to realise a use for iPads was the Math department. Note: As a UK born New Zealander, writing Math and not Maths is difficult but as most my readers are american, I’ll persist! Also…. I’m not a Math teacher, so sorry if I upset anyone. Their thinking was that Math had to be hand written and there was no digital functionality beyond a calculator that suited the learning of Mathematical problem solving. Certainly things like movie making, animation and group work did little in the genuine learning of Math reasoning.
Ressources pour la mise en œuvre de l'évaluation : les documents d'accompagnement pour l'évaluation
Une évaluation en référence aux programmes d'enseignement L'évaluation des acquis des élèves dans les domaines de formation du socle commun se fait en référence aux contenus des programmes d'enseignement. Les objectifs de connaissances et de compétences de chaque domaine de formation du socle commun et la contribution de chaque discipline ou enseignement à ces domaines sont déclinés dans les programmes d'enseignement. Les acquis des élèves dans chacun des domaines de formation du socle commun sont évalués au cours de la scolarité sur la base des connaissances et compétences attendues à la fin des cycles 2, 3 et 4, telles qu'elles sont fixées par les programmes d'enseignement. L'évaluation porte sur les huit composantes du socle commun L'évaluation porte sur les quatre composantes du domaine 1 et sur les quatre autres domaines de formation.

Classroom Management Archives - Math in the Middle
In my last post I shared with you my process for writing long-term plans and I shared my scope & sequence for Algebra I. (Click here to read that post if you missed it!) Today I thought I would share my long term plans for my other classes (7th grade math, 7th grade Pre-Algebra, and 8th grade math), as well as my next step in the planning process – setting up Google Drive. Click below to download my scopes & sequences. (They are editable word docs).
Daily Warm-ups for the 1:1 Classroom - Math in the Middle
One of the things that is new to me this school year is that my classes are now 1:1, as each of my students has their own chromebook. I love the fact that I have that technology available to me and there are lots of different things that I have students do online, but my absolute favorite use of the chromebooks is for my daily warm-ups (do nows). I have always started my math classes each day with “do now” questions. For my do now’s I typically give students two questions based on the lesson from the day before.

Middle School Math Rules!: Workshop Wednesday #1-Getting Started
Every Wednesday for the remainder of the summer I will be blogging about the components of math workshop, how I implement math workshop in my 7th grade classroom, the tools and resources I use, and I will be answering any questions posed by readers. I have previously written several posts about doing Math Workshop in middle school.Today is the first post of the series; Workshop Wednesday #1-"Getting started". If you are interested in implementing math workshop in your classroom I recommend you do a little reading about it first and this blog post will help get you started on your journey. I have linked several previous blog posts I have written about math workshop, as well as, some summer book studies I participate in before I started doing math workshop in my own classroom. This post will give you a little background on how I got started on doing math workshop in my 7th grade classroom.

8 Videos That Prove Math Is Awesome
Believe it or not, math is really an art. While the subject can seem far from it when you’re caught in the doldrums of class, there’s a lot about math that’s just as creative as a Jackson Pollock and elegant as a rendition of Swan Lake. But some of us still run from those dreaded numbers, swearing up and down that it’s too complex, too rigid and just plain not fun. Still unconvinced?

Real world high school math: Learning algebra and geometry from life - Unschool RULES
I often talk about how I believe that real-world math is what matters. You can, like our family, use an entirely real-world approach to math, with no required workbooks or textbooks. You can also use a super-structured math program. You can love math yourself, or be mystified by it. You can have a preschooler or a high-schooler, a child with math anxiety or one gifted with numbers.

Four Quadrant Graphing Characters Worksheets
This Graphing Worksheet will produce a four quadrant coordinate grid and a set of ordered pairs that when correctly plotted and connected will produce different characters. You may select which one of the characters you wish to make. These graphing puzzles contain over 40 ordered pairs to plot, divided into 3 to 16 different shapes. For each shape plot the ordered pairs on the axis and connect them in order. If you wish to practice with easier puzzles use our Four Quadrant Graphing Puzzle which contain 10 to 40 ordered pairs. Select the worksheet you wish to make by checking the round button below the image.