(Slides 2-4) 10:45-10:50 - Introduce yourself and what you do
(Slides 2-4) 10:45-10:50
10:50 - 11:05 Mrs Garcia talks about these standards for mathematical practice. Who has heardof those? We are going to define those for our session today. Groups.. We want you to come up with your own idea or example of what those look like in the classroom. Stand up and talk .. you have three minutes then we will share out. Mariah assks for definitions.
Assessments: 10:50-11:05 Kaylee - We use tools for Mrs. Garcia uses to see how we are doing in math. Sometimes it is for checking a quick problem or other times tracking practice. When she sees a student getting a lot wrong, she knows that student needs more help.
11:05-11:15 Kaylee - Another tools Mrs. Garcia uses is Kahoot. Kahn checks on studnets progress too but in a more game like manner. What do you know about San Diego? Let’s try a Kahoot to test your SD knowledge.
Story and vide 11:15 - 11:25 Start with station days… go real quick into the flipping story with Jared. Line up outside etc. Try to get it all in 10 minutes.
2:35-2:45 Benefits of video Kaylee (rewinding absent)and Mariah (review before test always there to go back to
11:25 Mariah. Mrs Garcia doesn’t always just make us do problems. She has us use our iPads to draw pictures, explain our thinking and show her what we know about math. DON”T MEMORIZE THIS
Kaylee - learn about slope and y intercept. Slope is rate of change… how
Kaylee 11:35 - 11:43
Scatter matters learn about data. Go around room measure to find things that might be related like height and arm span. Then we had to come up with our own variables we thought would be related.
For our project, we started in an LMS to discuss ideas.
Then Mrs. Garcia gave us a choice for graphing. - Kaylee which one did you prefer?
Ipadsummit 2015final copy
Teach like Pythagoras,
Learn like the Jestons
8th Grade Student
8th Grade Student
The New Math Classroom
What can interactive learning look
like within our content area with the
use of an iPad in the hands of
Student Centered Learning
What are the Standards for
1. Make sense of problems and
persevere in solving them.
2. Reason abstractly and
3. Construct viable arguments
and critique the reasoning of
4. Model with mathematics.
5. Use appropriate tools
6. Attend to precision.
7. Look for and make use of
8. Look for and express
regularity in repeated
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
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.
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.