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Math Websites for the Classroom

Math Websites for the Classroom
Learning math online isn’t always easy! Luckily there are some great math websites for teaching math virtually. We’ve gathered a list of teacher-approved sites that includes resources, games, freebies, and innovative programs for teaching math. Here are the best math websites, according to teachers. Note: This article has been updated to reflect free and discounted resources for online education during the COVID-19/coronavirus outbreak. Find other free online resources here. Go to: Best Math Websites: Comprehensive Math Programs These websites provide standards-based math curricula, practice activities and games, assessment tools and instructive insights, and professional development. From McGraw-Hill, a web-based assessment and learning system that uses adaptive questioning to determine students’ needs. Art of Problem Solving Along with textbooks, Art of Problem Solving has a stable of robust online resources, including videos, math problems from math contests, and online classes. Buzz Math

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NCTM Reasoning and Sense Making Task Library Practices that support access and equity require comprehensive understanding and require being responsive to students’ backgrounds, experiences, cultural perspectives, traditions, and knowledge. Algebra is not confined to a course or set of courses but is a strand that unfolds across a pre-K–12 curriculum. Calculators in the elementary grades serve as aids in advancing student understanding without replacing the need for other calculation methods. The ultimate goal of the K–12 mathematics curriculum should not be to get students into and through a course in calculus by twelfth grade but to have established the mathematical foundation that will enable students to pursue whatever course of study interests them when they get to college. (A joint position statement of the Mathematical Association of America and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.)

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You Say You Want a RESOLUTION, Well, You Know! School Board Resolution, Authority, and Considerations under COVID-19 — KSB School Law All of KSB’s guidance, sample documents, and links to key agency guidance can be found here, at our dedicated COVID-19 page: ksbschoollaw.com/covid19 We’ve had many requests for the webinar recording, which you can access directly from our COVID-19 site, or by following this link: KSB COVID-19 WEBINAR During KSB’s impromptu COVID-19 webinar on Friday, March 13, 2020, we proposed to circulate a sample resolution which would give the superintendent the authority to take non-discretionary actions in the event of a possible disclosure. 22 Active Math Games and Activities for Kids Who Love to Move Tired of hearing groans when you announce it’s time for some math? These active math games are just what you need! Kids who just can’t sit still will have so much fun, they won’t even realize they’re learning important concepts along the way. Many of these math games can be customized to teach a variety of skills, so pick a few to try. Your students will beg for more math time!

Centre for Ed. in Math - Problem of the Week The Problem of the Week is designed to provide students with an ongoing opportunity to solve mathematical problems. Each week, problems from various areas of mathematics will be posted here and e-mailed to teachers for use with their students from grades 3 and up. Current Problems Subscribe Now!

15 Ways to Share Digital Files with Elementary Students One of the most common questions I receive is on the topic of sharing files with students. In the computer lab a lot of the work our students do requires a template. They are learning to use software programs and it is really helpful when the assignment is set up for them step by step as a template in the program about which they are learning. This means we need to be able to share files with them quickly and easily. We don't need yet another hurdle to completing the assignment.I polled the Technology Teacher Tribe Facebook Group and these were their top ways of sharing files with students: 15 Ways to Share Digital Files with Elementary Students

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Alberta K–9 Mathematics Achievement Indicators Description The Alberta K–9 Mathematics Achievement Indicators has been derived from The Common Curriculum Framework for K–9 Mathematics: Western and Northern Canadian Protocol, May 2006 (the Common Curriculum Framework). This document presents general and specific outcomes with corresponding achievement indicators that were established in the Common Curriculum Framework and is organized by strand within each grade. Using Virtual Reality, Merge Goggles & Balloons Over Broadway To Visit The Macy's Parade With Our 2nd Graders! As we get ready for Thanksgiving break, our technology and library group are getting ready to kick off something super exciting and new at Van Meter! We now have Merge Goggles, along with devices, to use with our K-12 students. Yesterday as we were planning the upcoming AR/VR professional development session with our teachers, this got us thinking how we could find, integrate and use amazing resources right away. Megan is going to use Quiver Vision with her 5th graders on Tuesday.

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