Using iPads During Math Stations I am continually trying to think of ways to use the iPads in a producing or student creation way, rather than a "lets play a game" kind of way. I am also trying to be as paperless as possible this year, so using the iPads is a win, win situation. I share the 20 iPads with another teacher so in all honesty, I only have 10 during math and I usually use 4 with my guided math groups, which leaves me 6 for math stations. My students are partnered up and do 2 stations a day. I have 10 stations that I change every 2 weeks. I try to link my math stations to what we are currently learning about and a review of things we have already learned. iPad Domino Measuring Math Station Students will be given dominoes, the "I Can Card" and 2 iPads (one for each student) in their Math Station bucket. iPad Problem Solving Station Students will be given the "I Can Card" and 2 iPads (one for each student) in their Math Station bucket. Guided Math Groups With The Teacher
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Paper Moon: Simulating a Total Solar Eclipse Using a Journal Article as a ProfessionalDevelopment Experience Rationale for Use This article provides mathematics teachers an opportunity to reflect on practice by exploring: How multiple representations can be used to enhance student learning and understanding of student learningHow physical, tabular, graphical, verbal, and symbolic representations can be connected in a lessonConnections across the different strands of the curriculum—algebra, geometry, and trigonometryConnections among different subject areas—mathematics, astronomy, and scienceUse of spreadsheets/technology to analyze dataAppropriate use of concrete models to explore mathematical ideasHow instruction can incorporate student interactions and feedback Suggestions for Use This activity may be used when working with pre-service teachers, or by in-service teachers interested in exploring ways to incorporate multiple representations and cross-curricular lessons into their classrooms. Procedures/Questions Next Steps/Extensions
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Use Creative Math Sites to Support Struggling Students - San Jose ESL Math language can cause problems for many English language learners. Math word problems are especially difficult because the language around the word problem can often times be a challenge. As a very basic example, look at the many synonyms for "DECREASE": subtract, take away from, lowered by, reduce, minus, etc. Then there are the NON-MATH words in the problems. Look at this basic math problem for elementary school: Five boys and three girls went on a field trip. First problem--the problem starts off with BOYS and GIRLS and then combines the two to make CHILDREN. Since math becomes increasingly more difficult as ELLs move on to middle school and high school, the same problem still faces them---the language of math. The video sites below offer more support for struggling students both ELLs and EOs. Both sites are free of course though they do want students and teachers to register. Denise
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Videos and Worksheets | Corbettmaths Common marking codes for teachers Marking codes 2D shapes: names Video 1 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise 2D shapes: quadrilaterals Video 2 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise 3D shapes: names Video 3 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise 3D shapes: nets Video 4 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise 3D shapes: vertices, edges, faces Video 5 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise Addition: column method Video 6 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise Algebra: changing the subject Video 7 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise Algebra: changing the subject advanced Video 8 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise Algebra: collecting like terms Video 9 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise Algebra: completing the square Video 10 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise Algebra: dividing terms Video 11 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise Algebra: equation of a circle Video 12 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise Algebra: expanding brackets Video 13 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise