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Incorporating Technology Into Common Core Mathematics Instru
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This presentation aims to provide you with engaging websites that can be used to teach specific content from the PA Common Core Standards of Mathematical Practice. Not only will you discover the numerous websites at your disposal, but you'll see how easy they are to use and navigate.
Incorporating Technology Into Common Core Mathematics Instruction
Christine Ishak & Erica Polsky
Numbers and Operations
Operations with Integers:
One & Two-Step Equations:
Slope/Transformations of Linear Graphs/Parallel vs. Perpendicular Lines/Graphs of Proportional Relationships:
Perimeter & Area:
Surface Area & Volume:
Measurement, Data, and Probability
Box and Whisker Plots:
Line of Best Fit:
Technology can help.....
* Build upon students' prior knowledge and skills
* Emphasize the connections among mathematical concepts.
* Connect abstractions to real-world settings
* Address common misunderstandings
* Introduce more advanced ideas
Google Classroom 101
How you can set up your classroom
Creating Google Docs for Math
This video clip demonstrates how to add formulas for Google Docs and allow your students to respond on them to save paper
Creating Math Worksheets & Assessments
Another look but this time using apps to assist
How can google classroom help to enhance the incorporation of technology in your math class?
The Center for Technology in Learning
SRI International, December 7, 2007
Using Screen Recording
How to record a Screencast-O-Matic
The audience will walk away with the tools and confidence to incorporate technology into their math classroom.
Anticipatory Set/ Exit Ticket
Still Want More?
Since we cannot show you all the great resources available, we also have a website that you can check out with much much more.
Today's students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach.
They have spent their lives surrounded by and using computers, videogames, digital music players, gopros, video cameras, cell phones, and other digital devices and applications.
~Today's students process information fundamentally differently.
~ Dr. Bruce D. Perry of Baylor College of Medicine states "it is very likely that our students' brains have physically changed and are different from ours - as a result of how they grew up."
~ Today's students are Digital Natives. They are native speakers of the digital language of computers, video games and the Internet.
~ We are Digital Immigrants who need to change the way we teach to engage these new learners.
Prensky, Marc. "Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants Part 1." On the Horizon 9.5 (2001): 1-6. Web.