| A Taste of What We're Doing Today
Hi. You don't need to turn off your screen, just don't look at today's page.
Please clear you desk. This is not a quiz.
Open the envelope without discussion w/others.
Figure out what's in the envelope and what to do with it, then, do it.
When you and another have completed you task, discuss the task and its effectiveness.
Please do not continue yet.
| Create One or More Web Pages for Today's Notes|
After editing in Notepad use [Alt] + [Tab], [Tab] to get to Internet Explorer. (This means: Press and continue to hold down [Alt]. Press [Tab] and press [Tab] again and again until the name of the program you wish to use is displayed. Release [Alt] and [Tab].)
Once in Internet Explorer, use [f5] or the refresh page on the browser to revise your work so the browser displays your new work.
Creating a web page is the best way to organize what you wish to keep, link, and note with today's work. It is also an excellent way to group links together for a specific lecture or course (see Algebra Notes and Trig Stuff).
The work environment should be constructed first.
Continue on to the next box only.
Have fun. Good luck.
| Add Color & Other Stuff to Your Page(s)|
| Start Note Taking & Storing|
No more web page stuff unless you have a question or need help. Now you can start making links to stuff or download it and a link it in your files. Everything on the site belongs to me. You are welcome to use it in your classroom. If you use it anywhere else, please cite the source.
|Visit My Classroom |
Manipulative and Languages
Choose to Improve Instruction.
Vary the technique to achieve the above.
Operations With Whole Numbers
Operations With Fractions
- Benjamin Franklin
Exploring Functions Through Manipulatives
Operations With Decimals and Percents
Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables
|Courses or Foci|
| Focus of Presentation|
Think "out of the box" in a math classroom setting. Use 19 presentation & note taking styles in arithmetic, geometry, pre-algebra, & algebra. Examine Napier's Bones, slide rules, abacus & counting boards. Do some curve-shifting, inverse taking, trig, hypothesis testing, a little Calc I, and no Calc II, III, or Linear algebra.
Games and Manipulatives
One Last Use of Technology
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