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Wiki ideas for math, science, history and literature courses
A wiki is a collection of collaboratively authored web documents that has many class uses. Here are some suggestions to use wikis in your Math, Science, History and Literature classes. Math Calculus or statistics space for difficult problems so students can collaborate to find solutions and see different approaches to the same tasks. Applied concepts where …
Posted in Instructional Technologies, Teaching and Learning, Moodle, Moodle Musings
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Every math student needs MyScript Calculator
MyScript Calculator is the calculator we all wish we had in elementary school. It works by simply writing your equation into the app and it solves it for you. No need to write the equation out on paper and then punch it into your calculator. With MyScript Calculator, you can do that all in one …
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Making the flip: Jan Mays trains future educators using flipped instruction
In her 21st Century Technology in Mathematics class, Professor Jan Mays has transformed the way she teaches her education students by integrating flipped instruction into her curriculum. Flipped instruction rearranges the way new content is delivered to students. They are introduced to the new material before coming to class, leaving the time they have in …
Posted in Teaching and Learning, Flipped Examples, Flipped Instruction
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