Music and math: The genius of Beethoven - Natalya St. Clair
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/music-and-math-the-genius-of-beethoven-natalya-st-clair How is it that Beethoven, who is celebrated as one of the...
LegoMania a Google Slides template for Math Lessons inspired by Lego blocks | SlidesMania
Free Digital manipulative for Teachers - Perfect for distance learning using Google Slides! You can prepare a lot of different activities using digital Legos. They are perfect for addition, subtraction, arrays, area, perimeter, fractions and many more concepts!
Teacher Uses LEGOs To Explain Math To Her Schoolchildren. Absolutely brilliant!!
LEGOs are an awesome childhood toy that many children love to play with, but did you know that there is also an educational/developmental way for teachers or parents to use them. Alycia Zimmerman, a 3rd-grade teacher in New York, uses them to explain fractions, squares and other mathematical concepts. Absolutely brilliant!! “In the classroom, the tiny bricks are …
Marshmallow and Toothpick Geometry Cards
Grab a set of marshmallow and toothpick geometry cards to print and build with your kids. It is such a fun way to learn geometric shapes!
EquatIO - Voice Type Your Math - Teacher Tech
The Add-on g(math) has received a facelift and has been upgraded to the Chrome extension EquatIO. EquatIO makes it easier to add math symbols to your
John Coltrane Draws a Picture Illustrating the Mathematics of Music
Physicist and saxophonist Stephon Alexander has argued in his many public lectures and his book The Jazz of Physics that Albert Einstein and John Coltrane had quite a lot in common.
Equatio: Yes You Can Type Math and Science in Google Docs and Forms!
As a previous math teacher, I have a soft spot for the pains teachers and students can feel when trying to use math symbols and expression...
Creating Fractions in Google Slides and Drawings
As a previous math teacher I always have a soft spot for the challenges faced when trying to use technology in math . A common pain point ...
How the Geometry of Movies Can Change the Way We Think
Circles. Triangles. Squares. Those aren’t the things you expect to see in a movie but films have been using shapes to subtly influence emotion for a long time. Circles are lovable, triangles are evil, and squares are boring. Now You See It highlights the geometry used in shots to show you how movies use shapes to manipulate your feelings.
I turn 40 next month and, for pretty much my whole life, I have felt dumb. I’m not.
I have a degree in math; I taught high school math for 14 years. Ask me to do 7×8 in my head, I freeze.
GOOGLE FORMS IN THE CLASSROOM: CREATE AN INTERACTIVE STORY
Learn a novel and engaging way to integrate Google Forms into the classroom by creating a Choose Your Own Adventure style self-checking interactive story.