Hypermedia http://webmath.com/multfract.html (math) http://webmath.com/addfract.html (math) http://www.apples4theteacher.com/science.html (science) These hypermedia links will help the children learn how to multiply and add fractions and learn about science in a fun, interactive way.
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Rubrics/Lesson Plans http://www.sites4teachers.com/links/redirect.php?url=http://www.fwps.org/cur/rubrics/middle/math/math.pdf This website (sites4teachers.com) has 4 great rubrics that can be used for middle school math. The rubrics see how well the students understand such math topics as rational numbers, number patterns, units of measurements and more. The following lesson plans have technology integrated within them. The students will use hyperlinks and websites to do math activities. This way they can learn while having fun on the internet. http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/en/educators/teachers_page2.shtml (Astronomy lesson plan) http://www.teachnet.com/lesson/science/biology/foodchain111300.html (food chain, science) http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/emt669/Student.Folders/Lewis.Millard/unit/DayOne.html (math)
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Special Needs:Technology Accommodations Talking Calculator Voice Recorder Computer Dissections
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Internet Responsibility Plagiarism Citing during labs Copying Answers from websites Safety Homework Chat rooms Blogging
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Summary Slide You have learned many ways to teach math and science while using technology. There are many pieces of software, hardware, hypermedia and multimedia that can help teach your middle school students. Some include spreadsheets, talking calculators, videos, power points, and websites that teach you about different math concepts and have different science and math activities on them. Remember, it is also important to be safe and responsible while using the internet by going to sites only approved by the teacher.
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