Teacher Review (Not based on classroom experience) Reviewer: ambyrd, Jun 29 2009 03:11:01:980PM |

Review based on: personal experience |

Appropriate for: practice of skills and understandings, applications of a concept or technique, advanced investigations |

Other Comments: I liked the fact that you had to manipulate both the digital clock numbers and the clock hands. |

What math does one need to know to use the resource? How to tell time on both digital and traditional clocks. Counting. |

What hardware expertise does one need to learn to use the resource? How to use a mouse. |

What extra things must be done to make it work? nothing |

How hard was it for you to learn? Very Easy |

Explanation: Extremely easy for children in K-1st grade to learn and play with as they learn! Immediate feedback was great. |

Ability to meet my goals: Very Effective |

Recommended for: Pre-Kindergarten: Number sense Kindergarten: Number sense, Patterns and sequences Math 1 |

Other Review (Not based on classroom experience) Reviewer: arhard, Jun 11 2008 02:24:32:357PM |

Review based on: I am enrolled in a class entitled Using Technology to teach Math. |

Appropriate for: introduction to a concept, practice of skills and understandings, applications of a concept or technique, advanced investigations |

Other Comments: I absolutely love this math game! Telling time is so hard to teach because there aren't many ways to really break it down for students. They tend to get it or not. But I think this game would be absolutely wonderful to help students practice telling time. |

What math does one need to know to use the resource? How to tell time |

What hardware expertise does one need to learn to use the resource? Basic keyboarding skills |

What extra things must be done to make it work? None |

How hard was it for you to learn? Easy |

Explanation: Although this game is great, it will never take the place of good teaching. Students will need to be taught how to tell time before they attempt it on their own. The teacher may use it for demonstration but then, she must show the children how to play the game. |

Ability to meet my goals: Very Effective |

Recommended for: Math 1: Measurement Math 2: Measurement Math 3: Measurement |

Teacher Review (Based on classroom experience) Reviewer: Mrs. Berry, Jun 9 2008 04:09:58:540PM |

Classroom use in Courses and Topics: Math 5: Measurement |

Duration of classroom use: One Week |

What did students learn? The students learned how to match the time on an analog clock to the time on a digital clock. They were able to explore how the hands were related to the numbers on the digital clock. |

What did students do with the resource? Tried to tell time on the analog clock and then create that same time on a digital clock by adding hours and minutes. |

How hard was it for students to use? Very Easy |

Appropriate for: introduction to a concept, practice of skills and understandings |

What math does one need to know to use the resource? Telling time |

What hardware expertise does one need to learn to use the resource? Using the mouse |

What extra things must be done to make it work? None |

How hard was it for you to learn? Very Easy |

Explanation: I was able to click on the applet and immediately start working. I did not need any in depth directions, it was pretty self explanatory. |

Ability to meet my goals: Effective |

Recommended for: Math 5: Measurement |

Tool: Time - Match Clocks Reviews