## Friday March 20th, 2015

Thanks for allowing me to learn with you today as we explore some uses for Apple iPad/iOS and iTunes U in the Mathematics Classroom! See below for some useful information and links for the day!

## Full Day Workshop Slide Deck

Download the slides from today’s workshop. Note that I load the deck with many options and often times, I don’t get to it all. Feel free to contact me if you have questions about any of the slides we do not get to.

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Check out these other posts with resources for Pythagorean Theorem as well:

- Pythagorean Theorem Visual Representation Through Inquiry
- Visualizing the General Case of Pythagorean Theorem
- Connect Visual to Algebraic Representation of Pythagorean Theorem

## Join The iTunes U and Math Class Course

Jump into the Using iTunes U in Math Class iTunes U Course by clicking the button below:

# 3 Act Math Tasks Introduced Today

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# Create Your Own iTunes U Course Resources

In order to give you a place to start, I provided some resources from the Mowing the Lawn 3 Act Math Task. Here is a direct link to those resources:

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## 3 Act Math Tasks Sorted By Ontario Curriculum

Access a huge bank of real world math problems by Dan Meyer and a group of other great mathematics innovators. Best of all – it’s all sorted by the Ontario Curriculum. Click your grade, course or overall expectation!

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