You may have seen a new “builder” button in the Course view of Canaryflow on your computer. This enhancement will soon arrive on the iPad app as well. The builder tool has been added to assist teachers who want to Continue reading Canaryflow Builder and Scheduler by end of October!
Nearly every time I walk into Ponderosa Elementary I see Bill Ruiter, a truly dedicated volunteer at the school who teaches the kids to program every week. Bill’s passion for writing code is contagious, and his students are always excited to Continue reading Writing Code Independently
Google Docs has a new tool called g(Math) that allows you to put handwriting directly in your Doc. It’s quick and easy. Here’s how to get it and use it: That’s not all it does, either. You can create graphs Continue reading Handwriting in Google Docs
Title: Keynote Math Flash Card Project Subject: Mathematics Computer Skills By: Scott McDonald, Pilot Butte Middle School Grade Level: 6th grade Learning Goal: The intent of this lesson is to give students a baseline of mathematical vocabulary that was covered Continue reading Keynote Math Flashcard Project
I am constantly trying to find online tools for kids to use during math. The act of taking out the math kits for Bridges math lessons can be quite consuming and the lesson always ends with multiple pieces on the Continue reading Using Kidspiration for Math Manipulatives in Bridges
One on-going project I have begun is the building of a Keynote Presentation for math vocabulary. Incorporating the use of effects in this writing project has made this review and practice of vocabulary a favorite project with the kids.
Math in Kidspiration is a great way to incorporate engaging and necessary manipulatives without the headache of ‘live’ ones! And there are many ready-made templates to use. Last week, I made a template to help the students with the concept Continue reading KIDSPIRATION MATH – Area of Complex Figures