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  • ----- Meeting Notes (9/27/12 20:26) -----Intro
  • PowerPoint is a great tool for giving lessons with animation.----- Meeting Notes (9/27/12 20:26) -----Understand what a fraction isdefinition earth as a whole and half
  • Smart Boards are used to engage the learner in an interactive way. Here is a way to deal with mixed numbers in terms of fractions
  • Tablets offer special programs and levels of different skills
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    1. 1. TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION:INTRODUCTION TO FRACTIONS Mrs. Andrea Arce EDU 352 Foundations of Educational Technology Professor Orvie Mizzell-Bullock Date September 26, 2012
    2. 2. WHAT IS A FRACTION? • A fraction is a way to represent part of a whole This is a whole circleThis is half of a circle or 1/2 Fractions can be used to put things together or take something apart!
    3. 3. MIXED NUMBERS• A mixed number is a combination of a whole number and a fraction Smart Board How much of the squares shown are blue? Use the Smart Board: Move the squares to show 1 1/4 of a candy bar
    4. 4. SIMPLIFYING A FRACTION =• Interactive games are a great way to learn how to simplify fraction
    5. 5. LEAST COMMON DENOMINATORThe least common denominator is known as the lowest common multiple. What is the least common denominator of 1 5 & = 6 12 Tablets can be used to integrate math in the classroom as well
    6. 6. IMPROPER FRACTION An improper fraction shows the numerator is bigger than the denominator. 8 3 = 1 5 5Improper fraction to a Mixed Number Examine the projector to obtain a better understanding of the improper fraction
    7. 7. RECAP: There are many ways to teach your children while integrating technology into the classroom. Some of the different ways have been shared with you. • PowerPoint animations/ video /audio • SmartBoard Interaction • Tablet Applications • Projector display There are many more ways to learn as well due to technology in todays society
    8. 8. REFERENCESApple Online Store (2012). Fractions App from Tap to Learn. Retrived from http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fractions-app-by-tap-to-learn/id387434956?mt=8Kelly, Will (2012). Tablets in the Enterprise. Retrived from http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/tablets/seven-tips-for-outfitting-your-sales-team- with-tablets/1178Popovici, Doina (2010). Soccer Math: Simplifying Fractions. Retrieved from http://www.math-play.com/simplifying-fractions-game/simplifying-fractions-game.html

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