Math on Netbooks- Math and Web2.0 - Classroom 2.02020-09-23T00:36:22Zhttps://classroom20.com/forum/topics/math-on-netbooks-math-and?commentId=649749%3AComment%3A421371&feed=yes&xn_auth=noI just started using the Khan…tag:classroom20.com,2017-02-23:649749:Comment:11370362017-02-23T10:15:17.132Zelizabeth renfrohttps://classroom20.com/profile/elizabethrenfro
<p>I just started using the Khan Academy sight for my students. I created a class and they love working in it. Also, chrome/Google has some math extension that can be use. My new favorite tool, has to be the one note classroom notebook. You can collaborate with your students as a group ir individually. </p>
<p>I just started using the Khan Academy sight for my students. I created a class and they love working in it. Also, chrome/Google has some math extension that can be use. My new favorite tool, has to be the one note classroom notebook. You can collaborate with your students as a group ir individually. </p> Totally agree with WolframAlp…tag:classroom20.com,2014-03-11:649749:Comment:9998712014-03-11T19:57:51.229ZColleen Younghttps://classroom20.com/profile/ColleenYoung
<p>Totally agree with WolframAlpha suggestion - something I use just about every day and many of my students check answers on WolframAlpha. Slideshows for syntax <strong><a href="http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/wolframalpha/examples2/" target="_blank">here</a></strong>.</p>
<p>Another favourite of mine has to be the outstanding <a href="http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/resources/desmos-graphing-calculator/" target="_blank">Desmos graphing calculator</a></p>
<p>..actually I have…</p>
<p>Totally agree with WolframAlpha suggestion - something I use just about every day and many of my students check answers on WolframAlpha. Slideshows for syntax <strong><a href="http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/wolframalpha/examples2/" target="_blank">here</a></strong>.</p>
<p>Another favourite of mine has to be the outstanding <a href="http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/resources/desmos-graphing-calculator/" target="_blank">Desmos graphing calculator</a></p>
<p>..actually I have <a href="http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/2013/08/17/top-10-mathematics-websites-2/" target="_blank">lots of favourites</a>!</p>
<p></p> You could also give a Try to…tag:classroom20.com,2014-03-04:649749:Comment:9988892014-03-04T14:40:00.093ZGreg Tapperohttps://classroom20.com/profile/GregTappero
<p>You could also give a Try to tools like <a href="http://tutorsbox.com" target="_blank">Tutorsbox.com</a> or Scribblar. The former works on IPADs and is well suited to Math and Science tutoring online.</p>
<p>You could also give a Try to tools like <a href="http://tutorsbox.com" target="_blank">Tutorsbox.com</a> or Scribblar. The former works on IPADs and is well suited to Math and Science tutoring online.</p> Try an online whiteboard like…tag:classroom20.com,2009-12-17:649749:Comment:4213712009-12-17T01:38:28.432ZSharon Gallagherhttps://classroom20.com/profile/SharonGallagher
Try an online whiteboard like Dabbleboard :)
Try an online whiteboard like Dabbleboard :) try geogebra it is a very goo…tag:classroom20.com,2009-12-16:649749:Comment:4213072009-12-16T21:27:46.802Zsaadaoui yahiahttps://classroom20.com/profile/saadaouiyahia
try geogebra it is a very good and a free programm of a dynamicly geometry
try geogebra it is a very good and a free programm of a dynamicly geometry Have you considered GeoGebra?…tag:classroom20.com,2009-11-20:649749:Comment:4085602009-11-20T20:43:51.099ZGreg Crosshttps://classroom20.com/profile/GregCross
Have you considered GeoGebra? Awesome free graphing/geometry software. Also Google Earth is a fantastic resource for student projects.
Have you considered GeoGebra? Awesome free graphing/geometry software. Also Google Earth is a fantastic resource for student projects. We are using netbooks in a 1:…tag:classroom20.com,2009-11-17:649749:Comment:4064462009-11-17T02:17:49.127ZLiz Ferrandhttps://classroom20.com/profile/LizFerrand
We are using netbooks in a 1:1 program in my building. I teach 6th grade math and use a website to post information for the students. I typically make a video lesson (about 2 minutes) as a preview and tutorial. I then link the notes from class (I use Mimio software but attach the notes as a PDF) so that students can use them while at home. Lastly, I have been using trackstar for educators to have a common place to have games by topic. The students visit this website and can play any of the…
We are using netbooks in a 1:1 program in my building. I teach 6th grade math and use a website to post information for the students. I typically make a video lesson (about 2 minutes) as a preview and tutorial. I then link the notes from class (I use Mimio software but attach the notes as a PDF) so that students can use them while at home. Lastly, I have been using trackstar for educators to have a common place to have games by topic. The students visit this website and can play any of the linked games for the chapter. I hope that this information is helpful. Any other suggestions that other educators are doing in the classroom would be great. check out http://wolframalpha…tag:classroom20.com,2009-05-22:649749:Comment:3446642009-05-22T22:05:05.372ZGeoff St. Pierrehttps://classroom20.com/profile/GeoffStPierre
check out <a href="http://wolframalpha.com">http://wolframalpha.com</a><br />
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you can use it to make graphs, call up data sets, compare numbers, integrate, differentiate, etc.<br />
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this could be a starting point. If you have a specific problem you are trying to address, such as typesetting a math test, you may need a different tool.<br />
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Take a look at wolfram alpha. For example if you type: plot sin(x) from -4pi to 8pi wolfram alpha will do it, try it out.
check out <a href="http://wolframalpha.com">http://wolframalpha.com</a><br />
<br />
you can use it to make graphs, call up data sets, compare numbers, integrate, differentiate, etc.<br />
<br />
this could be a starting point. If you have a specific problem you are trying to address, such as typesetting a math test, you may need a different tool.<br />
<br />
Take a look at wolfram alpha. For example if you type: plot sin(x) from -4pi to 8pi wolfram alpha will do it, try it out.