Here are the following ISTE standards addressed:
1c. Use models and simulations to explore complex systems and issues.
2b. Communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats.
4c. Collect and analyze data to identify solutions and/or make informed decisions.
4d. Use multiple processes and diverse perspectives to explore alternative solutions.
5b. Exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity.
5c. Demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning.
6a. Understand and use technology systems.
6b. Select and use applications effectively and productively.
6d. Transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies.
I used this website most often. It has help tools and step by step video tutorials. This website also provides skills and practice which can be used as enrichment.
You can use it for investigating a skill or topic in different languages.
You can explore more than math and solve practice problems.
This website was incorporated around October. I was unfamiliar with this website as a resource until a student mentioned it to me and suggested I check it out. So I did and really liked that skills were labeled by SOL. This allowed me to assign lessons that aligned with the curriculum pacing guide!
Use it for skill practice specific to SOLs and or strands.
Use the hint button if needed or view the video tutorial while completing practice problems.
The Progress monitoring Math classes did not have an assigned curriculum or a specific resource to be used this year because last years program was no longer available. The Think Through Math program(TTM) is new this year and began late November.
This website is used for math progress monitoring and individual student intervention.
Students start with placement test with the first log in.
Website analyzes the data and creates an individual pathway (set of lessons) for each student.
The website gives explicit data per student and teachers can create and assign their own pathways based on student needs.
This site also has a language option for those who benefit from Spanish instruction.
At the start of the school year I didn't have a program for my class so I chose resources for teaching, practice, tutorials, intervention, and data collection. "thatquiz.org" was used to collect data which I used for analysis and grades. It can also be used by student as skills practice without the need for a test code.
This website is used by teachers to create quizzes and assessments for students.
Students type in a quiz code to view and complete quiz questions.
The score is shown immediately with the option for viewing missed questions.
This site also has a language option which includes Spanish.
The free kahoot website offers teachers and students access to creating their own quizzes. These quizzes can be on any subject and in any language. Students made up their own questions and/or used the websites visited regularly in class as a resource. Each kahoot quiz was no more than 6 questions with step by step solving and a peer checked each question for proper steps in solving as well as accuracy. It also gave the students a chance to make any changes to their questions before creating the quiz on kahoot.it. Using kahoot.it is a fun way for teachers and students to quiz each other.
edpuzzle.com is a fun way to use videos and music to show a skill and have students use it for review, note taking or to assess skills. You can choose a video already made or make one of your own. Some videos have questions imbedded or you can cut and insert questions anywhere in the video for the students to answer.
This website was used for students to create their own video tutorials and there is an option for a class blog that allows student to student comments.
G A M E S and apps !!!
Students use iPad apps to practice a variety of math skills using multiple representations.
Students must be registered with an active account to play against each other and solve math problems to earn points for a variety of useful tools to help them advance and make changes to their avatar.
This website has both VDOE and teacher created SOL practice test questions for students. Students also have the option of choosing different grade levels and subjects. Teachers can have students send the results via email. Teachers can also choose strands and years for the website to pull the questions from for practice.