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Visit this site: http://www.fishing4tech.com/

Author:John Stevens
Description: A site dedicated to helping other teachers "set the hook with technology. It might be a video that demonstrates your standard being applied in a real life setting. It might be a screencast of a step-by-step solution to a problem. It might be a blog that provides testimony and anecdotes to prepare you for what is to come. It might be a lesson sample with the integration of technology throughout...." Stevens' "tackle box" provides capsule reviews of "apps that give you an edge"; samples of student work include "proving mastery of absolute value equations," "explaining a flip lesson for classmates," "finding slopes in real life," and "proving mastery of graphing inequalities." See also Stevens' training resources, "Screencasting and the Flipped Classroom" and "A Day in the Life of a 1 iPad Teacher"; his tips for troubleshooting a flipped classroom; and his math lessons "designed for a 1 iPad classroom": "Adding and Subtracting Polynomials," "Classifying Polynomials," "Factoring Polynomials," "Exponent Rules," "Introducing Quadratics," and more. His blog, which dates back to December, 2012, has included posts such as "Two Cents for the Homework Debate" and "Video Helped the Teaching Star."

Levels: Middle School (6-8)
Languages: English
Resource Types: Audiovisuals, Web-Based Discussions
Math Topics: Basic Algebra, Functions
Math Ed Topics: Materials-Reviews/Recommendations, Technology in Math Ed

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