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?
Teaching decimals doesn’t have to give you a headache! Using virtual manipulatives can help students gain a great conceptual understanding and a deeper knowledge of decimal operations.
If you have a flipped math class then you will definitely want to read about these tools to help you on the backend of creating lessons.
Nearpod can be quite overwhelming. This post breaks down the 20 Nearpod features and when to use them in your math classroom.
Teaching remotely, online, or distance learning? Here are over 20 add-ons, apps, and websites to help make your life easier during this time.
The growing list of website your kids need to be using keeps on growing! Here are 9 websites my students love to use and yours will too!
The CRA model is a great way to teach math that bridges conceptual understanding to abstract math ideas and structure.
Whether you’re going back virtually or in person, these tech essentials are game-changing for amping up your video chat engagement for teaching math!
One of my favorite and most versatile apps of G Suite is Google Slides. The amount of different activities you can have students do with them is amazing! Last year, I had my students create a GIF with Google Slides and it was said to be the best project of the year. With that, I bring you five things you can do with Google Slides that you didn’t know you could do!
To teach math remotely is definitely a new challenge for teachers. Here are a few things you can do to keep students engaged while virtually teaching them.
I am a fourth-grade math teacher with a love of technology. I help upper elementary math teachers like YOU get organized digitally and engage students with digital tools. When I’m not teaching, you can find me taking long walks with my dog, Frannie!