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in title, tags, annotations or urlUntitled Design  10 views

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Classwork for 20182019 Kowet A  7 views
Discipline  9 views
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School Age  TVOKids.com  11 views
ShowMe  The Online Learning Community  7 views

ShowMe is an open learning community where you can teach or learn anything. Watch great lessons for free, or create your own with the iPad app.

This is an iPad app and site where you can create video tutorials on a virtual whiteboard on an iPad and share it on the web to view on any device. The site has a extensive bank of shared tutorials from other educators on a range of topics, including maths, science, English, languages and more. Download the app at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/showmemathwhiteboard/id445066279 http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Interactive Numicon  32 views
The Coach in the Operating Room  The New Yorker  37 views

I compared my results against national data, and I began beating the averages.

the obvious struck me as interesting: even Rafael Nadal has a coach. Nearly every élite tennis player in the world does. Professional athletes use coaches to make sure they are as good as they can be.

They don’t even have to be good at the sport. The famous Olympic gymnastics coach Bela Karolyi couldn’t do a split if his life depended on it. Mainly, they observe, they judge, and they guide.
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Sal Khan: Let's use video to reinvent education  TED Talk  TED.com  16 views

Salman Khan talks about how and why he created the remarkable Khan Academy, a carefully structured series of educational videos offering complete curricula in math and, now, other subjects. He shows the power of math exercises, and calls for teachers to consider flipping the traditional classroom script  give students video lectures to watch at home, and do "homework" in the classroom with the teacher available to help.
Osmo  AwardWinning Educational Games System for iPad  26 views

Another award winning app which just might be worth the money. "Numbers Be creative and embrace the playfulness of numbers. From counting to multiplying, become the master of numbers  big or small, even or odd. As you play, pop bubbles, unleash lightning and release tornadoes to save beautiful fishes. Discover Numbers Tangram Arrange tangible puzzle pieces into matching onscreen shapes. Play with a friend or challenge yourself to more advanced levels as your handywork lights up with each victory. Discover Tangram Words Be the first to guess and spell out the onscreen hidden word by tossing down reallife letters faster than your friends. A related picture gives the clue. Discover Words Newton Use your creative noggin and inventive objects like a handdrawn basket, grandma's glasses, dad's keys, or anything around you to guide falling onscreen balls into targeted zones. Discover Newton Masterpiece Supercharge your drawing skills with Masterpiece! Pick any image from the camera, curated gallery, or integrated web search and Masterpiece will transform it into easytofollow lines and help you draw it to perfection. You can then share a magical timelapse video of your creation with your friends and family."
SAS® Curriculum Pathways®  23 views
The Radix Endeavor  25 views
Desmos  Beautiful, Free Math  10 views

"Graph functions, plot tables of data, evaluate equations, explore transformations, and much more  for free!"

Desmos is an online graphing calculator that allows the user to plot points, graph lines and parabolas. A variety of common algebraic functions are included with sliders, allowing the user to manipulate the data in real time and see the results of those changes. Students can also use it to create math art on coordinate grids.
www.matific.com  90 views
Area and Perimeter  88 views
Math = Love: Trigonometry Unit 2 Math Notebook Pages  51 views
What would an exceptional middle and high school computer science curriculum include?  Quora  48 views

What would an exceptional middle and high school computer science curriculum include?

This isn't a complete answer, but one thing the very first introductory classes should require is that the students turn off all their electronic computers and actually learn to walk through algorithms with a computer that exists only on paper. (Or, I suppose, a whiteboard or a simulator.) This exercise would give the students a grounding in what is going on inside the computer as a very low level.My first computer programming class in my Freshman year of high school was completely on paper. Although it was done because the school didn't have much money, it turned out to be very beneficial.Another class I had in high school, that wouldn't normally be lumped into a Computer Science curriculum but has been a boon to my career, was good old Typing 101.

If you followed the CS Unplugged curriculum your students would know more about CS than most CS grads:http://csunplugged.orgIt's a really great intro to basic computer science concepts and very easy for students to understand. Best of all you don't even need a computer per student if your school doesn't have the budget,
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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 10 of The Best Chrome Apps for Math Teachers  89 views

"This is a list that comprises some of the best math apps and extensions in Chrome store. We have literally gone through hundreds of apps to finally decide on the apps that would make the cut.These extensions are meant to help kids develop math skills through a wide variety of exercises, activities, games, math simulations and many more. Some of these apps are integrated with Google Drive and are also available for iPad, Android, and Chromebooks."