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Chuck DiNardo

Super Maths World - 0 views

    This is an interactive math website that places math fundamentals in a galactic interplanetary battle. With a variety of mathematic concepts at in a wide range of subjects, the website prompts the user to perform mathematical operations in timed duals versus a computer opponent. The theme of the website as well as the layout of the activities make it a resource that appeals to student desires to play and compete. 

    While the website does not really provide students with a learning opportunity, but it is a great way to assess student understanding of concepts. While having a battle in quadratic functions, I quickly realized that I am not as strong with the equations as I was with the graphic representations of functions. This site provides quick activities that could be highly valuable in adjusting and refining teaching units. 
Rebecca Delivuk

SMART Exchange - USA - Standards correlated lessons - 0 views

    I love the way you can search for standards and then lesson plans/activities that meet the standard. Some of the activities on this page are too low-level for high-school students, but many of them would help my students get up out of their seats and participate in class by drawing on the board together. I would certainly use this site when teaching grammar, so students can group-edit and see the result. 
Rebecca Delivuk

Teachers Love SMART Boards: Grade: High School - 0 views

  • Some online resources help make the decision to have an interactive whiteboard in the classroom an easy one. When you use an IWB to see and interact with a resource like National Geographic's MapMaker 1-Page Maps, it's difficult to justify "not" having an Interactive Whiteboard. This interactive map resource allows you to explore in detail different areas of the world. All you do is select a region of the world and then select a country. It even includes more detailed views of the USA, Canada, and Mexico.

    • Rebecca Delivuk
      I'm totally using this :)
    So maybe this wasn't exactly on our list of sources, but I found it by clicking away from one source to another. This site has nifty suggestions for different websites that pair well with smartboards. I indeed to use National Geographic's MapMaker to track the states & countries we cover in our class, so at the end of every nine weeks, we can see what sections of the world have been explored via literature.
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