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WELCOME TO SDSC TEACHER TECH GETTING SMART WITH TECHNOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH CLASSROOM PART II PRESENTED BY: NI

WELCOME TO SDSC TEACHER TECH GETTING SMART WITH TECHNOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH CLASSROOM PART II PRESENTED BY: NI

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  1. WELCOME TO SDSC TEACHER TECH GETTING SMART WITH TECHNOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH CLASSROOM PART II PRESENTED BY: NICCI KREY NKREY@SANDI.NET

  2. Del.icio.us Online Bookmarks or Favorites http://del.icio.us/niccikrey

  3. Did You Know???

  4. Math Resources

  5. Math Resources

  6. Math Resources

  7. Math Resources

  8. MathType How does MathType work? MathType™ is easy to use. Just follow these steps: Open MathType from your document. Select a notation from the toolbar. Type in your numbers, symbols or equations. Close out the MathType window and the equation is inserted into your document.o your document Click on Icon to get the Mathtype Window Click on the template

  9. MathType Equations in Microsoft PowerPoint Many MathType users add equations to their slide presentations. MathType's color feature makes it easy to adapt the equation to your slide's color scheme or draw attention to particular expressions within your equations.

  10. Add Mathtype to PowerPoint Drag and Drop File, save as Mac Pic, Insert picture from file Copy and Paste using shortcuts (Highlight text and then apple c, apple v)

  11. MathtypeMath Worksheets

  12. Equation Editor Inserting an Equation Open Microsoft Word. To insert an equation, choose Insert, Object, Microsoft Equation 3.0, and click OK . One of 2 things will happen: A highlighted area will appear, along with equation editing palettes. This is known as in-place editing. It can be very difficult to see what is being entered. OR A separate window will open, with the palettes on top. This is much easier for entering equations.

  13. Equation Editor

  14. Equation Editor if you are entering many equations, you may find it convenient to have an "Insert Equation" button right on the toolbar. This can be done by: right clicking on the tool bar (or opening the Tools menu) and choosing Customize A window will open. Click on the Commands tab if it is not already selected. Select Insert on the left and then Equation Editor on the right. Click and drag the button beside Equation Editor (a square root symbol with an alpha in it) to the toolbar. From now on, clicking on that button will insert an equation.ert an equation

  15. What's the difference between MathType and Equation Editor?There have been no significant changes to Equation Editor since we licensed it to Microsoft in 1991. MathType, on the other hand, has been continually upgraded and improved.

  16. Explore Hands On Download the mathtype 30 day trial Use mathtype to create a worksheet, quiz, or a resource that you you will use in your classroom Use Equation Editor

  17. Multimedia BrainPop Movies http://www.brainpop.com

  18. http://www.thatquiz.com/ All users have access to all of the tests without registration. There is no reason for students to register since the additional features are only useful for teachers. Registration is free and teachers who choose to register receive record-keeping of scores for their classes. They have access to more precise test-generation tools, can create single tests with questions from different categories, can create matching and multiple choice questions, and can access a public test library. Assessments

  19. Multimedia MathDork Movies http://www.mathdork.com/contactus.html Manipulatives/ Games http://mathematics.hellam.net/ Nation Library of Virtual Manipulatives http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html

  20. Practice Using the Mathematics Resources Develop a Lesson Find a Lesson Share a Lesson