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Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
Mathematics and internet tools
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  • 1. Go Blabberize it! Animate! Blog it!MATHEMATICS AND INTERNET TOOLSIntegration of Internet Tools in Teaching Mathematicsto ESL studentsLissette PerryIDT 7064 M51
  • 2. TRADITIONAL INSTRUCTION: WRITE IT! In a traditional classroom, Mathematics is taught using traditional instructional materials and methods.
  • 3. INFORMATION AND MEDIA AGE: BLOG IT! Today, students can write their ideas about Mathematical concepts through blogging.
  • 4. TRADITIONAL INSTRUCTION: EXPLAIN IT! In a traditional classroom, students are expected to explain their answers through verbal or written response.
  • 5. INFORMATION AND MEDIA AGE: BLABBERIZE IT! Today, students can literally talk about their ideas about Mathematical concepts using Blabberize. This Internet tool is fun and easy to use.
  • 6. INFORMATION AND MEDIA AGE: GO ANIMATE! Today, students can create skits based on creative writing prompts about Mathematical concepts.
  • 7. TRADITIONAL INSTRUCTION: Students ask questions by raising their hands and directly ask the teacher.
  • 8. INFORMATION AND MEDIA AGE: GAGGLE IT! Today, students can communicate with their teachers about their questions and ideas through email.
  • 9. IN THE PAST, I USED TECHNOLOGY TO PROJECTINFORMATION FROM THE INTERNET.
  • 10. TODAY, I AM MOTIVATED TO USE INTERNET TOOLSTO PROMOTE CRITICAL THINKING AND ACTIVELEARNING.

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