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Math Without Paper.

(without losing your mind!)

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Hi I'm Alexandra!

Trying to be more efficient with technology without the mumbo-jumbo techie terms? I got you.

I am a fourth-grade math teacher, dog momma, and tech lover! I use tech every day to make my life a lot easier and save myself time with tedious work.

I love finding not-so-common ways to use different tech tools and apps to help me be more efficient both in and out of the classroom.

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DIY
Paperless Math Class

You want this if:

  • You’re an upper elementary math teacher who struggles to create and implement systems.
  • You have tons of files that need to be organized and no consistency to your system.
  • Your digital desktop is overwhelming to look at, so you just don’t.
  • You are not sure if a paperless math classroom is right for you and you want to learn the ins and outs of starting your system.

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You want this if:

  • You’re an upper elementary math teacher who struggles to create and implement systems.
  • You have tons of files that need to be organized and no consistency to your system.
  • Your digital desktop is overwhelming to look at, so you just don’t.
  • You are not sure if a paperless math classroom is right for you and you want support and guidance every step of the way.

Grab & Go
Paperless Activities

You want this if:

  • You feel frustrated looking for that one activity you created that you know you have somewhere
  • Your students are getting frustrated in math class with the same old drill & practice.
  • You want engaging activities that can meet the needs of all your learners.
  • You are not sure if a paperless math classroom is right for you, but you want to implement digital activities to engage your students.

From the blog:

Have 90 minutes to teach math? Here are 7 things you will want to include in your math block to teach in person and remotely together.

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Showing student growth is very important and we do that through student portfolios. In this post are 5 online tools to go digital for them!

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Teaching fractions in person can be quite the challenge, let alone virtually and during a pandemic! We are used to giving students manipulatives and letting them explore before teaching algorithms. The question is – how do students explore fractions virtually?

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What are you waiting for?
Start getting yourself organized and set up paperless systems for your math class today!



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