VCTM Presentation Peter Fiddner and Sherica Jones-Lewis Jackson P. Burley Middle School
Blackboard • Use Blackboard to have students learn at their own pace (Differentiation is key)! • Include suggested sequence • Videos • Notes • Interactive Elements (flipcharts and/or games) • Other Languages!
Weebly Online websites can give a way to connect with students, parents, and other stakeholders. This can provide purpose for learning.
Weebly Website • Students make website, using minimal class time • Easy drag and drop • Automatically saves • Can get own domain name, but… • Includes • SOLS and NCTM standards with Kid Language • Key Vocabulary • Examples with Answers • Real World Applications • Resources page with student made Youtube Videos
Blogging/Journaling • Suggested Platforms • Weebly (part of a website or just a blog) • Blogger (Google Product) • Kidblog (Can sign up with Google +) • Edublogs • Others…
Students used 1 iPad… • Ipad was linked to teacher Youtube Account • Students mapped out what they wanted to say • Used paper to storyboard • Recorded (only two tries) • Uploaded to Youtube, and then embedded onto the weebly page
Google Presentation • Very similar to Powerpoint • Cloud based • Easier animation • Allows for student collaboration • Allows to student accountability • Can move back and forth between google presentation and Powerpoint by using upload and save as
Google Presentation Examples • Robert and Daemon’s Dividing Mixed Numbers • ( I downloaded their presentation as a powerpoint slide, and then put them in here). We could also show it as a PDF or not at all.
Dividing Fractions Reminder By Robert Jones and Daemon Phillips
Step number 1 Turn the mixed numbersto an improper fractionsby multiplying the denominator by the whole then addingthe numerator.
Step number 2 turn the secondimproper fraction into its own reciprocal. ex.
Step Number 3 Multiply the the numbers like regular(if you have already found the 1st reciprocal) Or you multiply diagonal and you will still get the same thing. THEN YOU WILL HAVE YOU ANSWER http://youtu.be/uMTqaEbXQ6k video to show you how if our explanation was unclear
Bibliography http://blogs.egusd.net/eettalfonso/2012/04/18/contrasting-mixed-numbers-to-improper-fractions/ http://www.mathsisfun.com/reciprocal.html http://www.colourbox.com/vector/emoticon-showing-thumb-up-vector-5370952?utm_expid=22365066-19.-Pt57g7ESZWN_tKflGYEWg.0&utm_referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2Fimgres%3Fimgurl%3D%26imgrefurl%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.colourbox.com%252Fvector%252Femoticon-showing-thumb-up-vector-5370952%26h%3D0%26w%3D0%26sz%3D1%26tbnid%3DaPA7AG-Pf3dCCM%26tbnh%3D220%26tbnw%3D230%26zoom%3D1%26docid%3D5ACWZ9igLxOE1M%26ei%3D_R2zUszmCdPKsQTJ9ICIBQ%26ved%3D0CAIQsCUoAA http://amby.com/educate/math/frac-div.html