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The Art of Questioning in Mathematics - Henrico County Public Schools

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K to 12
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Find a very simple, but very useful file for asking questions in (mathematics) classes. Even though these are labeled for math, they are open-ended questions that will work well for...more
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Find a very simple, but very useful file for asking questions in (mathematics) classes. Even though these are labeled for math, they are open-ended questions that will work well for any subject. The one page PDF file provides questions to help students rely on themselves to provide answers, solve problems, and connect (mathematical) ideas.

tag(s): questioning (34)

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Don't skip over this one if you teach math! These questions are good to use in many discussions on many topics. Print this file and include it with all (math) lesson plans. Take one section per month and focus on using those questions with students. Share with your peers as part of your professional discussions in questioning techniques. Include this print out with your Meet the Teacher activities to help parents understand how they can use questions to help students understand math.
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Math = Love - Sarah Hagan

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6 to 10
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Math = Love is a blog by a high school math teacher specializing in Algebra with a goal of making math fun for all students. Frequent posts detail specific lessons ...more
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Math = Love is a blog by a high school math teacher specializing in Algebra with a goal of making math fun for all students. Frequent posts detail specific lessons and student work along the way. Most posts include a link to download the lesson file. Choose the Free Downloads tab to find a large assortment of downloadable files for posters, bulletin boards, and forms for classroom use. Find specific topics by clicking on the tags on the right side of the page or use the search bar to explore the entire blog.
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tag(s): blogs (86), charts and graphs (199), data (158), equations (148), logic (235), polynomials (29), pythagorean theorem (32), quadratics (32)

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Take advantage of the many free lessons and downloads on this site. Be sure to sign up to receive email notifications of new blog entries or follow her on Pinterest. Bookmark and save this site for use throughout the year. If you are beginning the process of integrating technology, have students create blogs sharing their learning and understanding using Telegra.ph, reviewed here. This blog creator requires no registration. Be sure to share Math=Love with your department and especially a new teacher.
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PARCC Practice Tests - English and Math - Pearson Education

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3 to 11
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This site offers practice tests for grades 3-11 in English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics. Choose one content area to begin, and then select a grade level. Find many options...more
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This site offers practice tests for grades 3-11 in English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics. Choose one content area to begin, and then select a grade level. Find many options within each grade level for online or paper tests, Spanish and Braille, and large print for visually impaired students.

tag(s): test prep (96)

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Use as a teaching tool on your interactive whiteboard or projector to help students understand how standardized tests will look. Continue to use individually or as small group instruction. Share a link to practice tests on your class website for use at home.
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eMathInstruction - eMathInstruction Inc

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6 to 12
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eMathInstruction offers free e-textbooks for Algebra 1, 2, and Trigonometry. Click on any of the three books to view individual lessons and download in PDF format. Each Algebra 1 lesson...more
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eMathInstruction offers free e-textbooks for Algebra 1, 2, and Trigonometry. Click on any of the three books to view individual lessons and download in PDF format. Each Algebra 1 lesson also includes a video tutorial. In addition, each lesson includes homework classified as either skill building, application, or reasoning. If your district blocks YouTube, videos may not be viewable. You could always view the videos at home and bring them to class "on a stick" to share. Use a tool such as KeepVid, reviewed here, to download the videos from YouTube.

tag(s): equations (148), functions (70), inequalities (25), polynomials (29), probability (137), quadratics (32), ratios (62), sequences (15), square roots (22)

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Use eMathInstruction lessons to flip your classroom. Assign lessons to students to complete at home, then discuss information in class. Share a link to videos and lessons on your class website for students to use at home for additional practice with Algebra skills. Recommend this site to parents for help in understanding math concepts.
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Inquiry Maths - Andrew Blair

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1 to 12
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Inquiry Maths provides a large variety of resources for teaching and encouraging inquiry math practices. Choose from different content options to find complete lesson activities with...more
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Inquiry Maths provides a large variety of resources for teaching and encouraging inquiry math practices. Choose from different content options to find complete lesson activities with everything needed to guide students through the inquiry process such as a lesson outline, lesson and mathematical notes, examples, downloads for use on whiteboards, and even classroom posters. Other links provide background information to understand and research how to teach using inquiry math concepts. The first set of links found on the site is for upper elementary and secondary math. Use the last link on the list to find prompts and resources for primary students. The site was created in the UK, so some of the pronunciations and spellings may differ from those in American English.

tag(s): angles (85), area (73), equations (148), fractions (225), geometric shapes (172), mean (26), median (23), mode (16), number sense (98), perimeter (31)

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Take advantage of the free lessons and materials found on this site for teaching math. Collaborate with colleagues and use this site for professional development as you implement inquiry math into your curriculum. Use prompts and problems from this site for group learning activities and in your math centers. Challenge cooperative learning groups to create videos demonstrating their learning and share them on a site such as TeacherTube reviewed here.
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TrianCal - Jesus SD

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8 to 12
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TrianCal is an online triangle calculator created for Chrome browsers. Although it works in other browsers, the experience will be enhanced using Chrome. Input information into the...more
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TrianCal is an online triangle calculator created for Chrome browsers. Although it works in other browsers, the experience will be enhanced using Chrome. Input information into the calculator using measurements for height, length, degrees, or different combinations of each. Draw your triangle, view information in English or Spanish, and change the number of decimals used by using the links on the top right corner of the page. For full information on using the calculator and all of the features, click on the question mark icon located under the drawing of the triangle.

tag(s): angles (85), geometric shapes (172), measurement (171)

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Create a link to TrianCal on your class web page or blog for students to use at home when working with triangles. The calculator is perfect for use on your interactive whiteboard to show representations of different triangles and the effect of changing inputs. Have students create an annotated image of different triangles including text boxes and related links using a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here.

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ProfRobBob's YouTube Channel - Rob Tarrou

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7 to 12
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This YouTube channel includes a growing selection of math instruction videos for Algebra through AP Statistics. Browse through videos on the home page or go to the site's playlists...more
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This YouTube channel includes a growing selection of math instruction videos for Algebra through AP Statistics. Browse through videos on the home page or go to the site's playlists for videos grouped by topic. If your district blocks YouTube, then they may not be viewable. You could always view the videos at home and bring them to class "on a stick" to share. Use a tool such as KeepVid, reviewed here, to download the videos from YouTube.
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tag(s): angles (85), area (73), charts and graphs (199), equations (148), factoring (31), functions (70), inequalities (25), polynomials (29), probability (137), problem solving (289), quadratics (32), statistics (126), video (278), volume (52)

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Share these videos on an interactive whiteboard or projector. FLIP your classroom and have students view the videos at home to discuss and apply the next day in class (this is an excellent option if your school blocks YouTube). Use the videos to introduce or practice any math topic and assign others from the series for homework. Be sure to provide this link on your class website for students (and their families) to access at home for additional math practice.

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Reason and Wonder - Michael Fenton

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Reason and Wonder is a blog written by an experienced junior high and high school mathematics teacher. Posts offer insight into classroom lessons and explorations. Choose the Lessons...more
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Reason and Wonder is a blog written by an experienced junior high and high school mathematics teacher. Posts offer insight into classroom lessons and explorations. Choose the Lessons link, on the top menu bar, to find several problem-based lessons aligned to Common Core Standards. Another portion of the site includes challenges for learning and using Desmos, an online graphing calculator reviewed here. Be sure to explore archives dating back to March 2013.

tag(s): blogs (86), characterization (16), equations (148), problem solving (289)

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Subscribe to Reason and Wonder to receive email updates with new posts and lessons. Incorporate lessons found on this site into your current lesson plans. If you are beginning the process of integrating technology, have students create blogs sharing their learning and understanding using Telegra.ph, reviewed here. This blog creator requires no registration. Challenge cooperative learning groups to create videos including problem-solving and discussion, and then share them on a site such as TeacherTube, reviewed here.

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Mathematics Instructional Resources - Los Angeles Unified School District

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K to 12
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The Los Angeles Unified School District offers resources for math instruction in all grades and correlated to Common Core Standards. Choose from elementary, middle, or high school links...more
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The Los Angeles Unified School District offers resources for math instruction in all grades and correlated to Common Core Standards. Choose from elementary, middle, or high school links to find curriculum maps, lessons, and assessments offered by grade level or high school curriculum topic. Middle and High School links also provide intervention through tutorial labs. Be sure to check out the printable article Opening Strong in a Common Core Classroom that provides many suggestions and strategies for the first ten days of school.

tag(s): assessment (113), commoncore (97), professional development (162)

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Bookmark this site for use throughout the year. Take advantage of the free lesson plans and curriculum maps provided. Share with colleagues as you plan Common Core lessons. Use the intervention links provided for middle and high school students to reinforce and review topics. Share the Opening Strong in a Common Core Classroom article with your back to school activities.
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Musing Mathematically - Vines - Nat Banting

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6 to 12
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Watch mathematics in action through videos of six seconds or less created using the Vine app. View the title along with the short videos demonstrating equations, patterns, factoring,...more
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Watch mathematics in action through videos of six seconds or less created using the Vine app. View the title along with the short videos demonstrating equations, patterns, factoring, and more. Some contain links to blog posts with additional ideas and information about the concept.

tag(s): equations (148), factors (39), geometric shapes (172), patterns (88), video (278)

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Share Vines as a quick visual for many concepts. Challenge students to create their own Vine. Have cooperative learning groups create videos and share them on a site such as TeacherTube, reviewed here. Share a link to any Vine on your class website or blog as a reminder of any concept.

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Oakland Schools Standards Alignment Atlas - Oakland Schools, Michigan

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Oakland Schools provides an extensive collection of Common Core aligned resources for all grade levels. Read through the information on the main page for how to use the site to ...more
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Oakland Schools provides an extensive collection of Common Core aligned resources for all grade levels. Read through the information on the main page for how to use the site to browse and search features. Items include unit calendars, curriculum maps, and standards alignment in all subjects and for grades K-12. Be sure to check out the Reference pull-down for many resources to use in teaching and planning using Common Core Standards.

tag(s): commoncore (97), professional development (162)

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Bookmark this site for use throughout the year to plan and teach lessons using Common Core Standards. Use this site as a guide when developing yearly plans for implementing Common Core Standards in your classroom. Share with school administrators and leaders as a reference for planning.
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National STEM Centre eLibrary - National Stem Centre (UK)

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Browse through over 9,000 resources at the National STEM Centre's eLibrary for ages five and up. Search by keyword or use filters to sort by age range, subject, or type ...more
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Browse through over 9,000 resources at the National STEM Centre's eLibrary for ages five and up. Search by keyword or use filters to sort by age range, subject, or type of resource. Resources include videos, presentations, activity sheets, and much more. Optional account creation allows you to save resources and add activities to favorites. The site was created in the UK, so some of the pronunciations and spellings may differ from those in American English.

tag(s): engineering (128), STEM (168)

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Take advantage of the free activities, videos, and other resources throughout the year. Be sure to bookmark this site to search for resources for any lesson. Share a link to specific lessons and activities on your class website for use at home.
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Khan Academy YouTube Channel - Khan Academy

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7 to 12
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Khan Academy, reviewed here, offers an extensive playlist of math and science videos and tutorials on this YouTube channel. Scroll through to view...more
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Khan Academy, reviewed here, offers an extensive playlist of math and science videos and tutorials on this YouTube channel. Scroll through to view available topics such as calculus, biology, SAT preparation, and much more. If your district blocks YouTube, then they may not be viewable. You could always view the videos at home and bring them to class "on a stick" to share. Use a tool such as KeepVid, reviewed here, to download the videos from YouTube.

tag(s): computers (100), equations (148), financial literacy (84), probability (137), STEM (168), test prep (96), video (278)

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Flip your classroom and use a video as homework. Have students take notes about the material and write down questions they still have and topics that confuse them. That activity can uncover misconceptions. Show the video to the class, and then discuss the concept at length. For more advanced classes, provide time for students to choose a video to view and research the underlying concept. Set up a video chat time using one of these YouTube videos and a tool such as Watch Together, reviewed here.

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Math Thinking - David Wees

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Explore examples of thinking in math through original solutions found by students! Find ways to include an inquiry-based approach in mathematics education. Each post explores a particular...more
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Explore examples of thinking in math through original solutions found by students! Find ways to include an inquiry-based approach in mathematics education. Each post explores a particular math situation and conversations with students to find solutions. Browse through the blog by scrolling through recent posts or find specific topics by keyword search, tags, and categories.

tag(s): blogs (86), number sense (98), questioning (34)

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Subscribe to the Math Thinking blog as part of your ongoing professional development in teaching thinking skills in mathematics. Discuss specific posts with colleagues as you work on questioning techniques in the classroom. Share with administrators and other professionals to help them understand the importance of discussing math thinking strategies in the classroom.

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PrepFactory - Darin Singh

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9 to 12
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PrepFactory is a free SAT and ACT preparation site. Sign up using email, Facebook, or your Google account to begin. Choose a test and then start watching videos or answering ...more
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PrepFactory is a free SAT and ACT preparation site. Sign up using email, Facebook, or your Google account to begin. Choose a test and then start watching videos or answering practice questions. Earn experience points along the way as you unlock different problem sets and view videos.

tag(s): test prep (96)

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Share PrepFactory with students and parents as they prepare for SAT and ACT tests. Share this as an alternative to paid programs. Create a class account and practice together. Problem sets and videos are timed and only include a few questions at a time making it perfect for use on your interactive whiteboard or projector for short study sessions.

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The Three Acts of a Mathematical Story - Dan Meyer

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7 to 12
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This blog details very specifically how to introduce and teach mathematical tasks through storytelling. Begin by choosing the first link that introduces the storytelling tasks through...more
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This blog details very specifically how to introduce and teach mathematical tasks through storytelling. Begin by choosing the first link that introduces the storytelling tasks through a "brief series" of video clips. On the landing page, click on the video to display the entire 36 minutes. Scroll to the bottom to find the series of clips. Follow the next link to find a Google document with many different tasks. Included in the document is information about the resource, standards addressed, and suggested task question. Click on the Task Title to view the problem.

tag(s): equations (148), geometric shapes (172), money (180), percent (81), perimeter (31), variables (21), volume (52)

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Work together with a colleague to learn more about the Three Acts Mathematical tasks strategy. Use tasks in your classroom for enrichment for gifted students, as extra credit, or as weekly homework. Have students make a multimedia presentation using one of the many TeachersFirst Edge tools, reviewed here, to share steps for the problem solving process.

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Problems of the Month - Inside Mathematics

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K to 12
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The Problems of the Month offer problems (divided into 5 difficulty levels) to be used school-wide as part of a problem-solving theme. View videos to learn more about the program ...more
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The Problems of the Month offer problems (divided into 5 difficulty levels) to be used school-wide as part of a problem-solving theme. View videos to learn more about the program and get started in your school. Expand the Getting Started link to find scoring guidelines, sample letters for teachers and parents, and more. Video examples demonstrate the use of different levels within each of the problems. Click on the "download problems of the month" link on the left side of the page to access problems by grade level.

tag(s): critical thinking (119), problem solving (289)

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Use this site to supplement your Common Core math teaching materials and problem-solving lessons. Share the site with staff members and use as a professional development resource throughout the school year. Share with parents during your math night or as part of your meet the teacher information. Although the site states for school-wide use, individual teachers can use problems in any classroom.
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Universal - Free Algebra Equation Solver - Stanislav Kublanovsky and Yuri Matiasevich

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6 to 12
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Download the Universal - Free Algebra Equation Solver software from this site. This is the only section of the site that is FREE. However, this tool alone makes the site ...more
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Download the Universal - Free Algebra Equation Solver software from this site. This is the only section of the site that is FREE. However, this tool alone makes the site fabulous! The Algebra Equation Solver solves and explains algebraic equations with step by step instructions. Verbal and written commentaries accompany each solution. Think of it as your free, at-home Algebra tutor! Large, colorful fonts and clearly expressed equations on a whiteboard view offer easy viewing options. Use the four toolbars, the menu bar at the top, and the status bar at the bottom to navigate any problem.
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tag(s): equations (148), exponents (42), logic (235), problem solving (289)

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Introduce this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector and use throughout the year to demonstrate and practice solutions to any Algebra problem. Be sure to include a link to this download on your class web page for students to use at home. Share with parents who are looking for tutoring or support for their student.

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Absorb Content - Crocodile Clips, Ltd.

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9 to 12
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Find great interactives and content about a variety of topics! Click on the different content areas at the top of the page: Electronics, Mathematics, Physics, Advanced Physics, and...more
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Find great interactives and content about a variety of topics! Click on the different content areas at the top of the page: Electronics, Mathematics, Physics, Advanced Physics, and Chemistry. On each content page, click on the "Free Sample Units" link to view a variety of resources for that content area. Scroll down the page for the Free Resources header and click the word "Here" to go to the free interactives. Click on each resource, view the description, and then choose to view online or download each interactive. Find free interactives also by clicking on Resources on the top menu of each content page. With the paid version, get additional curriculum material. Some of the interactives require Flash, though the site itself does not.
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tag(s): chemicals (42), earth (230), electricity (89), equations (148), forces (43), geology (77), geometric shapes (172), motion (62), newton (26)

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Use these interactives when discussing various topics in the content area you choose. Identify the relationship shown in the interactive. For example, under mathematics, choose the interactive for using a Protractor or Balanced Equations. In physics, find many interactives including Earth's Rotation and Factors Affecting Stopping Distance, among many more. In Chemistry, Forming Ionic Bonds and Electrolysis interactives are some of many that are free on this site. These interactives are great for use with an interactive whiteboard or projector for sharing with the class.
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High School Maths Help YouTube Channel - Simon Deacon

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8 to 12
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This YouTube channel provides a large selection of short, easy to understand math help videos. Scroll through the videos to find tutorials for all math topics beginning with Algebra....more
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This YouTube channel provides a large selection of short, easy to understand math help videos. Scroll through the videos to find tutorials for all math topics beginning with Algebra. Find featured videos sorted into categories on the site home page. If your district blocks YouTube, then they may not be viewable. You could always view the videos at home and bring them to class "on a stick" to share. Use a tool such as KeepVid, reviewed here, to download the videos from YouTube. The site was created in the UK, so some of the pronunciations and spellings may differ from those in American English.
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Share these videos on an interactive whiteboard or projector. FLIP your classroom and have students view the videos at home to discuss and apply the next day in class (this is an excellent option if your school blocks YouTube). Use the videos to introduce or practice any math topic and assign others from the series for homework. Be sure to provide this link on your class website for students (and their families) to access at home for additional math practice.

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