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36 Math Apps For Elementary School Students From edshelf -
by edshelf: Reviews & recommendations of tools for education As more classrooms adopt mobile devices such as iPads, teachers and technology integrators are faced with the question: “What apps do I install?” That is quite a hefty question too.
11 Virtual Tools for the Math Classroom
More and more classrooms are gaining access to technology that can be used with students. Whether you're modeling a lesson, creating stations, or working in a one-to-one classroom, virtual tools can promote student engagement while increasing academic success. Here are some apps for iPads -- along with a few other tips -- that can transform your daily lessons and are definitely worth checking out! Base Ten Blocks Number Pieces is a great free app that allows every student with an iPad to have an endless number of base ten blocks at their fingertips.

Blendspace & Math in a 1:1 Classroom
I observed an above the line math lesson with Ms. F, 5th grade teacher, this morning. I WISH every student in the world could experience this learning environment.
Technology-Supported Math Instruction for Students with Disabilities: Two Decades of Research and Development
By: Ted S. Hasselbring, Alan C. Lott, and Janet M.
Power Up What Works
The Math Instructional Strategy Guides The Instructional Strategy Guides provide you with a pathway to learning. Each Guide focuses on key areas of Math: representation, reasoning, communication, and making sense of problems. It includes information about relevant Common Core State Standards, evidence-based practices, and ways to differentiate instruction with technology. The Guides provide value to teachers, as well as PD leaders, teacher educators, and administrators.

Marvelous Math Books for Kids
Ok, so here's the issue in our house -- we've got one child who is a math whiz and another who wouldn't mind if math was wiped off the face of the earth. The one thing they both have in common is neither enjoys any math homework: "It's boring, Mom!" "Yes, I know.
Happenings from my real-life 21st-century mathematics classroom
Texas Math 8 standards provide students with a firm foundation of linear concepts and slope-intercept form. Additionally, my Math 8 kiddos just wrapped up a polynomials enrichment unit. With this in mind, I felt like they had a solid background to ensure success with generalizing patterns algebraically. What better way to do this than with “Visual Patterns”!

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