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Cal led a discussion about various technologies folks use in their classrooms. The group notes on GoogleDocs are also noted here.
College prof in Michigan:
*blogs on practical uses of WolframAlpha and other Web2.0 tools
*does focus on pedagogy and assessment
Lesson plans on WolframAlpha
Teaching Undergraduate Math Wiki (includes Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus & Linear Algebra)
Using tech to record student voices:
Image and video-capture for faculty and students, demonstrated by Cal this morning. He uses this to capture student work with his tablets:
This site offers some great little videos in a very organized format to explain a huge range of concepts from Algebra 1 (& 2, really...). (Bowen's former student made it! How cool is that?!): (subscription required)
I like to recommend that students who missed my class or can't come in for extra help try out the follow free site -- it has great videos, but can be hard to navigate:
Math Open Reference
Animations, step by step text instructions and reference materials for geometry
Grading Tools ($2.99 on AppStore)
Group work Grading for google docs
Practicing Proofs online (Two - Column format)
Zach Korzyk's website for Algebra 2/Trig - helps students practice rote drills. Talk to Zach for more detail!
Some nice problems presented as posters from nrich


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