Math in the_classroom

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Math in the_classroom

  1. 1. M E L A N I E W I S C O U N T W I L K E S U N I V E R S I T Y
  2. 2. • Why should we make the effort to connect students to math through the technology integration? • How can technology be used in the math classroom to increase student conceptual understanding and performance? • What technology tools are specifically designed for the math classroom and instruction? • What technology tools could be used in the math classroom and instruction?
  3. 3. • Appeal to millennial learner’s preferences for multimedia • Appeals to senses • Replay provided excellent relearn & review activities • Differentiated Instruction • Students will retain what they learn • Speaking, writing, reading and listening skills will be practiced
  4. 4. • Students will retain what they learn • Promotes creativity • Students will be engaged in their learning • Forces students to think at a higher level • Students will improve their technology skills • Helps to develop problem- solving skills • It is fun!
  5. 5. • Teaches using sensory modes • Teaches in different medium • Technology is naturally attention-getting • Technology tools serve as “explainers” rather than just “displayers http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/3597217248/
  6. 6. • Interactive Whiteboards • Online calculators • 3D graphics • Visualizations • Videos • Tutorials • Collaborative web 2.0 tools • Interactive presentations • Games • Podcasts
  7. 7. • Purple Math • Vocaroo • Concept Maps • Wall Wisher • Google Docs • Khan Academy • Scriblink • Online Graphs • Interactives • Live Binders • Jingles • Math apps http://www.flickr.com/photos/acidwashphotography/2967752733/
  8. 8. Take a tour of each example of specific technology tools and general technology tools that lend themselves to math instruction and assessment

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