Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

The most important thing in teaching and learning math is finding it interesting. By interviewing math-teachers and students from different grades, it is found that the use of different interactive teaching resources helps the cognitive learning of a student significantly. The project aims to collect and share the interactive and free teaching and learning math tools such as math games, videos, interactive graphical tools, worksheet, activities for solving math problems, blogs, and math teaching forums etc. These learning kits will help teachers and parents in developing lesson plans as well as will help students to be able to develop skills in mental math, fast calculation, and number-sense. Most importantly, it will bring variety in the learning method. The audience will see different techniques of teaching on the same concepts (such as multiplication) by using the above mentioned tools. They will also get a handout listing of the some of the free resources, helpful key words, and instructions on how to find and use the resources from the internet.

Three learning outcomes:

  • 1. Motivate teachers to use more interactive methods to teach math
  • 2. Encourage the use of currently available interactive math learning tools
  • 3. Help students to get in touch of funny part of math learning

Keywords

Math Games, Math Tricks, Math Hacks, Math Worksheet, Math Forums for kids

Related Website

http://mycreativeschool1.blogspot.com/2016/02/problem-with-percentage.html

Audience Focus

K-12

Start Date

7-28-2016 3:30 PM

End Date

7-28-2016 4:00 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Taskin is a graduate student of Metropolitan State University, doing her masters in Management Information System, and works as a graduate assistant in the Center For Online Learning of the university. She has experience working with faculty and instructional designers and exploring academic technologies for improving the online learning environment. She obtained Bachelors and Masters of Business Administration from University of Dhaka, a top tier business school in Bangladesh, a green country in southeast Asia.

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An Alternative Pathway of Learning Math

The most important thing in teaching and learning math is finding it interesting. By interviewing math-teachers and students from different grades, it is found that the use of different interactive teaching resources helps the cognitive learning of a student significantly. The project aims to collect and share the interactive and free teaching and learning math tools such as math games, videos, interactive graphical tools, worksheet, activities for solving math problems, blogs, and math teaching forums etc. These learning kits will help teachers and parents in developing lesson plans as well as will help students to be able to develop skills in mental math, fast calculation, and number-sense. Most importantly, it will bring variety in the learning method. The audience will see different techniques of teaching on the same concepts (such as multiplication) by using the above mentioned tools. They will also get a handout listing of the some of the free resources, helpful key words, and instructions on how to find and use the resources from the internet.

Three learning outcomes:

  • 1. Motivate teachers to use more interactive methods to teach math
  • 2. Encourage the use of currently available interactive math learning tools
  • 3. Help students to get in touch of funny part of math learning

http://pubs.lib.umn.edu/minnesota-elearning-summit/2016/program/63