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Category Archives: technology
St. Patrick’s Day & Google Sheets
Inspiration My instructional tech team and I always receive grateful comments from our elementary teachers we share seasonal activities. Most of the activities we shared were using Google slides. I wanted to challenge myself and create a seasonal activity on … Continue reading
Posted in multiplication, Number Sense, technology, Uncategorized
Tagged addition, education, Google, google sheets, math, multiplication, subtraction, technology
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Collaboration Tip 2: Don’t. Touch. Your. Computer!
The other day, I had the pleasure of running the Desmos Activity Builder, Nets & Surface Area: Rectangular Prisms, with Mrs. Keser’s 6th grade math classes. I’ve updated the opening of the activity, since I first wrote about it back … Continue reading
Posted in desmos, math, Math Education, technology
Tagged desmos, math discourse, nets, SMP#3, surface area, technology
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Organizing an Instructional Technology TOA
This is my first August as an Instructional Technology TOA and my colleagues and I are off the hook busy. It’s common for me to start my day at the district office before heading off to 1 or 2 school … Continue reading
Posted in technology, Uncategorized
Tagged #pushsend, Coach, Instructional Technology, organization, SundayFunday, technology, TOA
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Desmos Polygraph: Geometry Basics
Today, I had the pleasure of introducing Desmos Polygraph: Geometric Basics to a group of 4th grade students. It was my first time teaching in an elementary classroom and I enjoyed every minute. Starting To avoid answering the same question 100 times, … Continue reading
Posted in desmos, technology, Uncategorized
Tagged desmos, elementary, geometry, math, technology, vocabulary
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Desmos: An Introduction to Irrational Numbers
Recently, I cotaught a lesson with a colleague where students investigated square roots. The lesson revolved around the following Desmos Activity Builder task. Afterwards, I blogged about the experience and sent the post to my teachers. Peytra, a six grade … Continue reading
Posted in desmos, Irrational Numbers, math, math coach, Math Education, mathematics, Pi, technology, Uncategorized
Tagged desmos, education, Irrational Numbers, math, math education, square roots, squares
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St. Patrick’s Day – Desmos Style
Growing up in an Irish family outside of Boston, St. Patrick’s day was a special holiday – especially since my dad and his siblings are first generation Irish Americans. One of our traditions … skipping school on March 17th and spending it together … Continue reading
Posted in desmos, equations, graph, graphing, math, Math Education, technology
Tagged desmos, equations, graphs, math, math education, quadratic, St. Patrick's Day, technology
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