The Paperless Math Classroom

A session at Bring IT, Together [ECOO & OASBO]

Friday 25th October, 2013

11:00am to 11:45am (EST)

Participants will learn how to use the best technologies of 2013 to foster and facilitate learning in a math classroom.

Explore new ways to promote an inquiry based learning environment and rethink those assessment and evaluation practices.

Encourage students to be in charge of their learning and demonstrate understanding through paperless gallery walks.

Have your students develop apps to demonstrate an understanding of concepts. For example, having students create probability simulations to flip a coin digitally.

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Teacher with #LKDSB Dork, Coach, Blogger, Speaker - EdTech Startups. Once made a web app called @scrawlar. Also check @nkwiry @clipkwik @sketchlot & @twiducate

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36 attendees

  • Amanda Leidl
  • Anne Shillolo
  • Arithmatweeter
  • A H
  • Jim Cash
  • Cathy Faux
  • Chris Marvell
  • Dave Weir
  • Doug Peterson
  • eugenechun
  • Gail E. Harris
  • Garros Li
  • Aviva Dunsiger
  • James McMorine
  • Jane Johnston
  • Jane Smith
  • Jason Merritt
  • Jen Apgar
  • Jennifer Minnie
  • Julianne
  • Kristin Bombard
  • Currie's Minions
  • Kimberley Baturin
  • Lindsay Carriere
  • L Geddes
  • Mark Howe
  • Michael Sendrea
  • Moojean Seo
  • Brian Aspinall
  • Mrs. Martel
  • Jason Swan
  • Sophy Wong
  • Sumera Fraser
  • David Hann
  • Teresa Tagarelli
  • Greg Clarke

11 trackers

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  • Liz
  • Heidi Hobson
  • Kevin Xiong
  • Keri Stoyle
  • Leyla Potts-Fay
  • Samantha
  • Anna-Marie Boulding
  • krista sarginson
  • Sheena Martin Agius
  • Steve Blok

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Time 11:00am11:45am EST

Date Fri 25th October 2013

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