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Learning with Technology in the Mathematics Classroom

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  • 1. Learning with Technology in the Mathematics Classroom Colleen Young
  • 2. Learning with Technology in the Mathematics Classroom Many wonderful websites to use in your classroom ....which your students can also use at home
  • 3. Learning with Technology in the Mathematics Classroom The following slides all have hyperlinks to further information. Many images have hyperlinks, see also any text as positioned below. Many hyperlinks in this position
  • 4. Lesson Planning
  • 5. This year I will .... Use a greater variety of starters. Mathematics – Starters and Plenaries
  • 6. Mathematics – Starters and Plenaries
  • 7. Bell Work Diagnostic Questions
  • 8. Rich Questions
  • 9. WolframAlpha Check work with
  • 10. Here’s the diagram....what’s the question?
  • 11. Desmos Problems
  • 12. Recall – Calculus mini-test
  • 13. Recall – Calculus mini-test
  • 14. Composite Number Tree by Jeffrey Ventrella
  • 15. Composite Number Tree by Jeffrey Ventrella
  • 16. Composite Number Tree by Jeffrey Ventrella
  • 17. FlashMaths – J Hall Arithmagons – resources
  • 18. Arithmagons – resources
  • 19. Advanced Arithmagons – Jonny Griffiths
  • 20. Advanced Arithmagons – Jonny Griffiths
  • 21. This year I will .... Ask great questions. Rich Questions Bloomin’ Mathematics
  • 22. Rich Questions Bloomin’ Mathematics
  • 23. Sequences Remembering Understanding
  • 24. Rich Questions Bloomin’ Mathematics Applying
  • 25. Rich Questions Bloomin’ Mathematics to check use
  • 26. Desmos graph page to checkuse
  • 27. This year I will .... Integrate rich tasks into my normal classroom practice. Rich Tasks
  • 28. This year I will .... Try some new resources. I’m Looking For ....
  • 29. Nrich – Upper Secondary Curriculum Content
  • 30. Nrich Curve Match Problem
  • 31. Problem page on Desmos
  • 32. Nrich – STEM mapping
  • 33. Nrich – Scientific Calculation
  • 34. Standard Form Resources
  • 35. Nrich – STEP Prep
  • 36. Tarsia Puzzles Post 16 Tarsia examples
  • 37. Standards Unit
  • 38. This year I will .... Keep on using resources that students can then use at home. Top >10 Maths Websites for Students
  • 39. WolframAlpha Examples
  • 40. WolframAlpha Examples
  • 41. Desmos Graphing Calculator
  • 42. Desmos Graphing Calculator
  • 43. Dancing with Desmos
  • 44. Draw a quick graph Suppose you want a graph of y = 3x+2 Simply go to Desmos and type in your function That’s it – one graph! Learning to use Desmos y = 3x+2
  • 45. Learn about sliders Now suppose you want to explore straight line graphs. Simply go to Desmos and type in your function but this time use variables: You will be offered the chance to add sliders – select all
  • 46. Learn about sliders y = mx+c Now you have sliders Try changing them and watch that graph!
  • 47. Learn about sliders If you want a slider to have integer values only, select one of the end points: then you could make the step size 1 for integer values and also change the lowest and highest values if you want y = mx+c try changing the sliders
  • 48. Learn about sliders If you want a slider to have integer values only, select one of the end points: then you could make the step size 1 for integer values and also change the lowest and highest values if you want y=mx+c, m and c integers
  • 49. Points of Interest Points of interest
  • 50. Tables First enter your function then select edit list and choose convert to table
  • 51. Tables y = 1/x with table
  • 52. Tables y = 1/x with table Now try changing the table: Change the first value of x Delete the other rows Enter a second value of x ....then keep pressing enter
  • 53. Tables y = 1/x with table – more values
  • 54. Settings Try changing the x and y axes Uncheck Equalize Axis Scales for more control over the axis settings Experiment with the three show settings to see what happens Try changing the axes for the quadratic function in the link below Quadratic - try changing axes
  • 55. f(x+k)
  • 56. Piece-wise Functions Example 1 Example 2
  • 57. WolframAlpha
  • 58. Calculators & Tools
  • 59. Calculators & Tools
  • 60. Calculators & Tools
  • 61. Calculators & Tools
  • 62. Mathscard – Loughborough University
  • 63. Notes for Students
  • 64. This year I will .... Use technology more where it can enhance learning, eg for collabration. Digital Tools
  • 65. Do your students communicate in more than one way?
  • 66. Do your students collaborate and share ideas? Digital Tools
  • 67. 7S....Their AMAZING Story, of the WIKISPACES!
  • 68. This year I will .... End my lessons well. Plenaries Lesson Endings
  • 69. Lesson Endings
  • 70. This year I will .... Use a greater variety of homework activities. Homework Ideas
  • 71. Is it helpful to have the details of any current homework online?
  • 72. Is it helpful to have the details of any current homework online? □ Yes! □ Very helpful □ Yes, very □ Definitely □ Yes, very helpful, especially if you are off □ Yes, very good for disorganised people (ie me) who always forget to write it down! Homework Ideas
  • 73. Homework Ideas • Set some questions with solutions and mark schemes • Prepare ahead • Revise and Recall • Rich Tasks • Use Online Resources • Vocabulary • Reflective Writing • Collaborate online • Do two! Homework Ideas
  • 74. This year I will .... Give my students clear and frequent feedback. Feedback Progression
  • 75. The most powerful single modification that enhances achievement is feedback. The simplest prescription for improving education must be “dollops of feedback”. Hattie, J.A. (1992). Measuring the effects of schooling. Australian Journal of Education (see page 9). Feedback Progression
  • 76. Do you give students enough time to reflect?
  • 77. ClassCharts
  • 78. This year I will .... Read more. “It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it.” ― Oscar Wilde “Classic' - a book which people praise and don't read.” ― Mark Twain Reading
  • 79. Writing Things Down □ Gives you a permanent record □ Helps your memory □ Shows you are serious □ Makes you more accountable □ Helps you work things out □ Improves your writing! Sacha Chua - How to brain-dump what you know
  • 80. Writing Things Down □ Writing became such a process of discovery that I couldn't wait to get to work in the morning: I wanted to know what I was going to say. Sharon O'Brien □ Writing is thinking on paper. William Zinsser Sacha Chua - How to brain-dump what you know
  • 81. This year I will .... Organise all my ideas and resources so I can find them again! Searching for things ...
  • 82. Searching for things ...
  • 83. http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com I’m looking for ..... Resources Top Posts – Recent Top Posts – All Time Top >10 Mathematics Websites
  • 84. Colleen Young Mathematics, Learning & Web 2.0 Mathematics for Students