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Teach like Pythagoras,
Learn like the Jestons
Julie Garcia
@julieinsd
Kaylee Broadhead
8th Grade Student
Mariah Williams
8...
The New Math Classroom
What can interactive learning look
like within our content area with the
use of an iPad in the hand...
What are the Standards for
Mathematical Practice?
1. Make sense of problems and
persevere in solving them.
2. Reason abstr...
Formative Assessment
What…
When…
Why…
How…
Let’s!
What do you know about
San Diego?
Strategies…
Origami Heart
Benefits of Videos for
Instruction
Start out in class - immediately see
differentiation.
Students work at their own pace
P...
Student Centered
Learning…
How Long Does it Take to
Get to the End of a
Tootsie Pop?
The Big Hike
Mariah Williams
Raul and Mia are both hiking
down a hill trying to get to
camp. The camp is located -
120 below sea level. Raul
took his g...
Raul's group= -2x+182
Raul's group started at 182 feet and
went down 2 feet each minute. So for
every minute, Raul's group...
Mia's group got back to camp first because it
only took her group 148 minutes to get back
to the campsite while it took Ra...
Scatter Matters
Data
Collection
Brainstorm on LMS
Tools for Graphing
Numbers
Geogebra
Desmos
Final
Presentations
Thank You
Q&A
@julieinsd
julieinsd@gmail.com
http://imiddlemath.org
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  1. 1. Teach like Pythagoras, Learn like the Jestons Julie Garcia @julieinsd Kaylee Broadhead 8th Grade Student Mariah Williams 8th Grade Student
  2. 2. The New Math Classroom What can interactive learning look like within our content area with the use of an iPad in the hands of students? Tools Strategies Student Centered Learning
  3. 3. What are the Standards for Mathematical Practice? 1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively. 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. 4. Model with mathematics. 5. Use appropriate tools strategically. 6. Attend to precision. 7. Look for and make use of structure. 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.
  4. 4. Formative Assessment What… When… Why… How…
  5. 5. Let’s! What do you know about San Diego?
  6. 6. Strategies…
  7. 7. Origami Heart
  8. 8. Benefits of Videos for Instruction Start out in class - immediately see differentiation. Students work at their own pace Parents involved in instruction Use as a tool for review
  9. 9. Student Centered Learning…
  10. 10. How Long Does it Take to Get to the End of a Tootsie Pop?
  11. 11. The Big Hike Mariah Williams
  12. 12. Raul and Mia are both hiking down a hill trying to get to camp. The camp is located - 120 below sea level. Raul took his group to Grizzly Peak which has an elevation of 182 feet while Mia took her group to Mt. Sawtooth which had an elevation of 324 feet. Mia is hiking down the the hill at 3 feet per minute while Raul is hiking down the hill at 2 feet per minute. Which group will get to the campsite first?
  13. 13. Raul's group= -2x+182 Raul's group started at 182 feet and went down 2 feet each minute. So for every minute, Raul's group hiked down 2 feet so the slope would be 2/1. After 1 minute of hiking, Raul's group was at 180 then after 2 minutes his group was at 178 and after 3 minutes his group was at 176. I then found the rule which was -2x+182. Then i found the range in elevation from Grizzly Peak to the campsite and that was 302 feet. To find how many minutes it took Raul's group to reach their basecamp you have to divide the range from the mountain to their campsite and that was 302 then divide it by how many feet per minute and that was 2. So i divided 302 by 2 and got 151. It took Raul's group 151 minutes to reach their basecamp. Mia's group= -3x+ 324 Mias group started at 324 feet and went down 3 feet each minute. For every minute, Mias group hiked down 3 feet so the slope would be 3/1. After 1 minute of hiking, Mias group was at 321 then after 2 minutes her group was at 318 and after 3 minutes her group was at 315. After I realized the slope was 3/1, I found the rule which was - 3x+324. Then i found the range in elevation from Mt. Sawtooth to the basecamp and that was 444 feet. I divided the range (444) with how many feet per minute which is 3. So i divided 444 by 3 and got 148. It took Mias group 148 minutes to reach their campsite.
  14. 14. Mia's group got back to camp first because it only took her group 148 minutes to get back to the campsite while it took Raul's group 151 minutes to get back to his campsite.
  15. 15. Scatter Matters
  16. 16. Data Collection
  17. 17. Brainstorm on LMS
  18. 18. Tools for Graphing Numbers Geogebra Desmos
  19. 19. Final Presentations
  20. 20. Thank You Q&A @julieinsd julieinsd@gmail.com http://imiddlemath.org

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