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Learn with Jason

September 19th, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Math, Content - Science, STEM

Jason Learning has a wonderful series of live webinars with scientists in many fields.  I just got their latest announcements about their 9/25 offering and decided to post the rest of this year’s schedule as well.  All events begin at 1:30 pm Eastern unless otherwise noted.   You can even submit questions for the speaker.  Check […]

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Because they’re happy

September 19th, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Math

    Numbers that is.  Happy Numbers offers many white broad ready math interactives for grades k-2 (the standards are listed on the site with each lesson).  While there is a paid version (allows you to create student accounts), I would stick with the free (just make yourself a teacher account).  Above is a screenshot […]

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Oreo is  back!

September 15th, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Math

Jen Wanger’s fabulous O.R.E.O. project is back!  Click here for details on this math fulled opportunity- open to all classes but probably best for the lower grades.  I love to participate in these sessions – I would be glad to join your class. The project closed October 17.

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How well do you graph?

September 14th, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Math

If I show you a cartoon of a man being shot out of a cannon, how well can you draw the graph?  Function Carnival is a fun site for algebra or calculus students.  After watching the video and drawing the graph, the teacher gets all student results. There are also videos with  bumper car and […]

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