APD Training – iOS Math and Productivity
Friday May 23rd, 2014
Thanks for allowing me to learn with you today as we explore some uses for Apple iPad/iOS in the Mathematics Classroom! See below for some useful information and links for the day!
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UPDATE MAY 23rd, 2014 @ 4:50pm:
Had a great day of learning with a really forward thinking group! I appreciate your willingness to “steer the ship” throughout the day and voice where you wanted to go in terms of using the iPads in your own classroom. As promised, I have added the links to Reflector, Setting Up Google Calendar For Classroom Use, Taco Cart 3 Act Math Task, Cookie Cutter 3 Act Task (coming soon), Pythagorean Theorem Proof Video (coming soon) and MathBlogs.ca.
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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.
Learn more about my Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP) Project including my proposal, a cost breakdown and more.
Learn how to setup your Apple TV so you can successfully mirror your iPad screen wirelessly to your classroom projector or television.
Already have a computer in your classroom and you aren’t interested in paying an additional $100 for an Apple TV? Consider using Reflector or AirServer to mirror your iPad screen to your computer screen. Then, you can project your computer as you normally would!
Looking to build a web presence, but unsure where to start? Consider starting small by creating a course calendar using Google Calendar to post homework, links to YouTube videos or solutions to your math problems? Access the full details here!
Learn how to use Explain Everything on the iPad to create screencasts. Useful for flipping your classroom, creating tutorial videos to post to YouTube or for your students to communicate their thinking as you triangulate assessment data through conversations, observations and student product.
Similar to Explain Everything, Doceri is FREE and available on the App Store here.
Download the Desmos app for FREE. The ultimate graphing calculator is available on the App Store here.
Download the Fluid Math 2014 app. Another great graphing calculator that recognizes hand gestures. Available on the App Store here.
Download the GeoGebra app FREE. This app is great for abstract concepts and analytic geometry. Available on the App Store here.
DragonBox 12+ is a great app that truly defines Gamification. Students play a game that teaches the rules for solving equations without them even knowing it!
Access some great resources that you can bring into your classroom to spice things up.
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!
Today, we looked at the Taco Cart 3 Act Math Task by Dan Meyer. This problem applied prior knowledge of the Pythagorean Theorem in my grade 9 academic course. A similar approach could be used in Grade 9 Applied.
Looking for a way to get an online presence in the form of a blog or course website? Consider getting YOURNAME.mathblogs.ca to post YouTube videos, homework, resources and other useful links for your students to access.