## Strategies for Giving Tests with Desmos Graphing Calculator

Many of us (and our students) have fallen in love with the Desmos Graphing Calculator. Two...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | May 7, 2019 | Assessment for Math, Calculators, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online | 0 |

Many of us (and our students) have fallen in love with the Desmos Graphing Calculator. Two...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 16, 2018 | Active Learning in Math, Calculators, College Algebra, Life in the Math Classroom, Math by Subject, Teaching Math | 0 |

Today’s talk from AMATYC was “Taking the Algebra Out of College Algebra” (to...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 6, 2009 | Calculators, CAS, Digital Graphs and Diagrams, eLearning, Equation Editors, Interactive Math Online, Online Homework, PC Tablets and Journaling, Synchronous Strategies, Teaching Math, Teaching Math Online, Video Collections for Learning | 0 |

For anyone who has ever had trouble convincing your administration to give you the proper tools to teach online, I give you this little gift: eLearning Tools for STEM, published today in eLearning Magazine. The tools for STEM...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 9, 2009 | Calculators, CAS, Math Ed Research, Teaching Math | 0 |

I spent most of the day yesterday compiling data from the last four CBMS reports to get a sense of how widely adopted reform instructional practices are being used in mathematics. The graphs are interesting. You will probably...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Mar 25, 2009 | Calculators, CAS, Classroom Technology, Equation Editors, History of Math, Teaching Math | 0 |

Somewhere around hour #28 of dissertation research, I began looking for the answer to this question: Anyone know a resource where someone has documented a timeline of math technologies for teaching or math innovations...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Feb 25, 2009 | Calculators, Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

To the best of my knowledge, this image was created by Scot Osterweil of MIT. Possibly Related Posts: Strategies for Giving Tests with Desmos Graphing Calculator Contemporary Algebra Collection (new resources 2/4/2019) Teaching...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 7, 2008 | Calculators, Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

Just in case you don’t always watch SNL, here’s the video from Saturday’s show, which included two brothers, being really excited to get a TI calculator. I wonder if this qualifies SNL with points for the...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Sep 27, 2008 | Calculators, Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

Math Warriors: An extra assignment that got a little out of control. Possibly Related Posts: Strategies for Giving Tests with Desmos Graphing Calculator Contemporary Algebra Collection (new resources 2/4/2019) Teaching in Higher...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 1, 2008 | Calculators | 0 |

Did I mention that I won a TI-nSpire calculator at ICTCM? (also I won free registration for ICTCM 2009 … but I was really hoping for the Wii … drats!)I brought it to both my calculus class and my algebra class today...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 26, 2007 | Calculators | 0 |

Okay, I’ll admit it… I had never ever heard of this product until today. Nada. Nothing. Zilch.Apparently Microsoft Math launched quietly in June 2007… here’s the link to the article.I was complaining to...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 14, 2007 | Calculators | 0 |

Here’s my little graphing calculator rant… it started as a P.S. to the previous post about the free Casio and grew into something much larger than a P.S. Anyways, don’t read if you don’t want to hear me...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 14, 2007 | Calculators, Classroom Life | 0 |

Casio is undoubtedly trying to break TI’s hold on the handheld calculator market, and really, their newest calculator is definitely sleeker than TI’s new nSpire, so I, for one, am willing to look. Here are the new...

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