If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my weekly newsletter. Thanks for visiting! I am excited to introduce you to my new project idea that I hope will result in some engaging content for our classes. It is collaborative in the same way the Interesting Ways resources are and I will need your help to make it a success. Elevator Pitch Using Google Maps.Maths activities in different places around the world.One location, one maths topic, one map.Activities explained in placemarks in Google Maps.Placemarks geotagged to the maths it refers to. Some background Four years ago I created Google Earth resources for the classroom and posted them to the GE Community Forum. The only issue with Google Earth is that it is restrictive in two ways. Luckily Google Maps has caught up and using the collaborative features I can now invite other teachers and educators to help build on these resources. How can you contribute? View 27 Measures Activities in Madrid in a larger map
Superstorm Hurricane Sandy 10/2012g(Math) for Forms - Google Forms add-onComplete List of Online Math Resources | Student GuideWhether you are confused by multiplication, need extra practice with geometry proofs, or find yourself struggling to understand logarithms, you are sure to find a website from the following list that fits your math needs. We have scoured the Internet in order to compile a comprehensive collection of resources for all math subjects, from the basics to calculus. This article provides helpful explanations, sample problems and tests, detailed diagrams, and even games. If you want to improve your math skills, this is an excellent place to start. Basic Math Resources AAA Math has numerous interactive arithmetic lessons. Educational Math Games Online Cool Math Games tests younger kids’ math abillities in a variety of challenging (and neon) ways. Algebra Resources Geometry Resources Trigonometry Resources Resources on Differential Equations Pre-Calculus Resources Calculus Resources
Math Chat - Solve Problems Together in Real TimeThis is a guest post from Sabba Quidwai (@AskMsQ) of EdTechTeacher - an advertiser on this site. Recently, I attended the EdSurge Summit in Los Angeles where I had the chance to take a first hand look at a great, new, FREE app called MathChat. We can all relate to a similar, enormous challenge while growing up: being stuck on a math problem with no one to help. As a result, we oftentimes turned to the back of the book. MathChat has a special keyboard so that students can easily type in their math problems, or they have the option of drawing onto the screen. Another great feature included in this app is the ability to check your answers. Above all, MathChat helps to enhance and develop communication, critical thinking, and collaboration - key skills emphasized in the Common Core Standards. To learn more from Sabba, come can see her present at the November 13-14 EdTechTeacher iPad Summit in Boston where I will also be a Featured Speaker.
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4 Math Add ons for Google DocsThis is a guest post from Jennfer Carey (@TeacherJenCarey) of EdTechTeacher, an advertiser on this site. Google Docs is a popular word processing tool. However, many people don’t realize that there are 4 great add-ons for Math that allow teachers and students to harness the power of Google. You can add any of these features to a Google Doc by selecting Add-ons → Get Add-ons. g(Math) is a popular tool for Math students and teachers. It allows you to create robust expressions and graphs that you can insert directly into your Google Doc. By incorporating Add-ons, teachers and students can expand the power of Google Docs beyond word processing and editing. To learn more about working with Google Apps consider attending EdTechTeacher's upcoming Google Jamboree.