The end of the year is draining for teachers and students alike. These five end of the year math activities can be used with or without tech.
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!
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?
Explain EDU is a great tool to help you teach students virtually without holding up whiteboards and using makeshift document cameras.
Setting up paperless systems isn’t as far fetched as it sounds. Here are 5 reasons why you should go paperless in your math class today.
Goal setting and tracking as an adult can be overwhelming. Read the four things you can do to help your students set and track goals in math.
Teaching math remotely is no easy feat, let alone engaging your students. When you gamify math it takes student engagement to a whole new level! In this post, I am going to share with you three games to engage students virtually in math! 1: Pixel Art I wrote a whole blog post about how I […]
Math fact fluency has come a long way from timed tests. Use this activity to engage students in practicing their skills!
Nearpod can be quite overwhelming. This post breaks down the 20 Nearpod features and when to use them in your math classroom.
Teach students how to use Google Slides using these 5 strategies. You’ll spend less time troubleshooting in the long run!
Student tech issues can be avoided if you tech these things before giving independent tasks to your stufdents.
Teaching tech explicitly is a must to enhance students in 21st century learning. Read to find out why it’s important to explicitly teach it!