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Welcome Math Teachers & Technology Enthusiasts!

Take a minute to introduce yourself by including the following:
-Current position
-Years of experience
-Classes taught or currently teaching 
-Favorite technology resource, gadget, or lesson you implement in your classes

I am looking forward to meeting you and sharing resources/ideas with you! 

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I'm a High school Math teacher who loves using Chromebooks in the classroom. I'm studying for the Level 1 Google certification test. I'm new to Google +. What does the +1 button mean lol! These are some of my students doing an activity called " Magnetic equations" They are creating their own 2-step equations by dragging and dropping Fridge magnets. ( Google drawings). Afterwards, they took a screenshot and posted it on Padlet. Then they solved each others equations.
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Have you ever used Mikado Sticks to Learn Math....
Watch this interesting video to know how mikado sticks is used in "Quadrilaterals"

Watch more session on www.letstute.com

#math   #maths   #mathematics   #algebra   #geometry  

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Over the summer, I have been working on short "How-To" videos. These videos are all about the TI84+ calculator. Check them out! Let me know what you think. I would love to create more videos, so let me know what topics to focus on. Thanks! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgc_UrBP61mKzs__BZQ8SaEc_mAO6G-t_

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Learn Through Experiments:
Probability Explained By using Ball Experiment
Watch More Videos on www.letstute.com
#math #mathematics #maths #algebra #geometry  

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Looking for a way to bring videos into your classroom?  Check out these out! 

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According to Open Colleges, 81% of U.S teachers think tablets can enrich classroom learning, and 86% of students believe that tablets can help them to study more efficiently.  How are you using tablets in your classroom? 
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How often are students using technology in your classroom?
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20%
Everyday!
20%
Three times a week
40%
Once a week
20%
Never

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Have you used Kahoot in your classroom? How did it work for you? Students complete against each other using their own devices in a highly engaging and fun way. 
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Thoughts on MathXL?  I love the idea of instant feedback for students, but my students have not been the biggest fans of it in the past.  
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