Going Paperless in a Math Classroom

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  • Going Paperless in a Math Classroom

    1. 1. GOING PAPERLESSBY USING TECH TOOLS If I can do it, then it must be easy! 1
    2. 2. AgendaNeed for Going PaperlessCPM Class Use of PapereBook ReviewPossible Solutions“Finding the Balance”ReflectionsSharing (It’s your turn!)Closure 2
    3. 3. NEED FOR GOINGPAPERLESSIn 2011 ISB used more than 7,000,000 sheets of paper (That’s 22 piecesof paper per student per day!) 1,800 feet tall when stacked! (Almosttwice as high as the Eiffel Tower, or 12 times the height of the Statue ofLiberty.)According to Recycle Now Schools.com website, paper waste forsecondary school students it is approximately 22kg or 48.4 lbs, and forprimary school students, approximately 45kg or 99 lbs (per academicyear, per student). 3
    4. 4. QUESTIONS:Is it realistic to go COMPLETELY paperless?Is going COMPLETELY paperless best for kids? 4
    5. 5. MY GOAL...Re-train my brainReduce further my paper usage“Control what you can control.” -Andre Agassi 5
    6. 6. SO, I ASK MYSELF:“Do I need to make a copy of this?” 6
    7. 7. CPM Class Use of PaperDaily work with Math Problems (on graph paper)HW RecordHW ChecksResource PagesMath Notes 7
    8. 8. CPM Class Use of PaperLearning LogsCommunicationLetters of AdviceQuizzes/TestsStudy Team Strategies 8
    9. 9. eBook RevieweBooks are a wonderful solution! 9
    10. 10. Possible SolutionsDaily work with Math Problems...Use both sides of the paperuse Googledocs (G&C Tables, MN, LL1, Team Problems)use Geogebra (for graphing, instead of team posters)Forum for Team Brainstorms 10
    11. 11. Possible SolutionsHW Records...[show paper record]use Google Calendar and electronic gradebookStickies (some kids use these as reminders) 11
    12. 12. Possible SolutionsHW Checks...Use a moodle site (scan, save and post!) 12
    13. 13. Possible SolutionsResource Pages...Most are already Geogebra Apps! [Newton’s Revenge,Eucalyptus Tree @ 1.1.2]Save to your student Blog (a great student portfolio) 13
    14. 14. Possible SolutionsMath Notes and Learning Logs...Googledocs/ScreenShotsStudent Blogs [Jamie- MN; Sean- LL][link student blog toteacher blog]MathCasts using QuickTime Player, (screenr.com (no “e”)) 14
    15. 15. Possible SolutionsCommunication...Teacher Blog (challenge is how to get traffic)Google Calendar (subscribe- directions on my Blog)Kids Reflecting for Conferences [in collections folder, “makea copy”]WallWishers (corkboard.me)Glogster.com 15
    16. 16. Possible SolutionsLetters of Advice...Post on Teacher’s Blog 16
    17. 17. Possible SolutionsQuizzes/Tests...Googledocs “Collections” folderMoodle SiteSocrative.comGoSoapBox.com 17
    18. 18. Possible SolutionsStudy Team Strategies...Googledocs (Silent Debate, Fortune Cookie, Hot Potato...)Moodle Chat vs. Google ChatMath Chat (Googledoc vs. Posters- show PhotoBooth Pics) 18
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    20. 20. MATH CHAT 20
    21. 21. “Finding the Balance”+/- of computers and tech use in a math classroom...What would you say? 21
    22. 22. “Finding the Balance”+/- of computers and tech use in a math classroom...+/- “Build a Bridge vs. Build a Wall”+/- Displaying kids’ work (online vs. on-wall)+/- “Would you like paper or plastic?”- internet bandwidth (need a paper or pdf back-up)+ eLearning [reference blog, calendar, eBook, HW, docs,etc.] 22
    23. 23. C 23
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    25. 25. ReflectionsHow to better meet my goals next year...Add “comments” on LL’s (GoogleDocs and Blogs) to make this a “livingdocument” and to generate traffic [have kids comment on kids’ blogs, too]Include Closure problems on a student’s Blog as a portfolio entryHave kids make more/embed Math Casts as LL entries, AND of better qualityUse my Blog moreBetter training on checking Google Calendar daily (Treasure Hunt...)Splashtop [use 2.1.2] 25
    26. 26. SharingIt’s your turn?Think, Pair, be ready to Share 26
    27. 27. CLOSUREvideoTry Socrative Exit slipsSlideshare.net url:brucem@isb.ac.th 27

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