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Cynthia Feist

MATHLIT Kits: Math Assistive Technology Hands-On Literacy Integration Tools - 0 views

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    This PDF created by the LCPS AT team describes how to create MATHLIT Kits, with low tech and high tech resources to support math-themed storybooks.
Cynthia Feist

5 Ways to Use ActivInspire with Secondary Math - 0 views

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    Make math lessons engaging and interactive! This website provides a link to the free downloadable ActivInspire flipchart on "5 Ways to Use ActivInspire with Math."
Cynthia Feist

How to insert and edit an equation in Microsoft Word 2013 - YouTube - 0 views

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    This YouTube video provides detailed instructions on inserting and editing an equation in MS Word 2013.
Cynthia Feist

MS Word 2013: Write an equation - 0 views

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    How to write equations in MS Word 2013. Great support for students who have difficulty writing equations with paper and pencil!
Cynthia Feist

MS Word: Write, insert, or change an equation - 0 views

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    MS Word 2010 includes built-in support for writing and editing math equations. Provides access for students who have difficulty with pencil and paper activities.
Cynthia Feist

Free Printable Graph Paper - 0 views

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    Free printable graph paper in several styles.
Cynthia Feist

Incompetech: Free Online Graph Paper Generator - 0 views

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    Create free customizable graph paper using the online templates and save as PDF files.
Christopher Bugaj

TeachingMoneyVA - 2 views

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    "TeachingMoney VA.org was created to help Virginia's high school teachers find quality resources that they can use in teaching Virginia's new economics and personal finance course. A number of organizations have collaborated to provide this site. Your feedback is welcome."
Cynthia Feist

Capturing Classroom Ideas: Fraction Hopscotch - 1 views

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    Playing Fraction Hopscotch provides a low tech, multisensory way for students to practice ordering fractions and equivalent fractions during gross motor activities. Students can walk, jump, crawl, or sit and scoot on the fraction squares!
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