Weekly Math Poll – Star Wars Day

In celebration of Star Wars day (May the fourth be with you), we bring you a Star Wars trivia poll. This fun poll tests your trivia knowledge of the Star Wars films. There are some fun factoids in here so we hope you enjoy yourself.

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Weekly Math Poll – Solar Systems

This week, we have a poll for solving systems of linear equations with a home solar electricity context, thus the groan worthy title, “Solar Systems”. I couldn’t resist and I won’t apologize- there’s no such thing as a bad pun.

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Woot Math in a 4th Grade Classroom

Woot Math has been a game changer in my fourth grade class! Over the past three years we have utilized this engaging app, and it is amazing for my set of diverse learners. I know many teachers will relate to the desire to give students hands on experience with manipulatives, while also wincing at the thought of what a mess all those little pieces eventually lead to. Learners need concrete examples and models before they can conceptualize new information. Once I was introduced to Woot Math by our district technology coach I was sold!

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Weekly Math Poll – Systems of Inequality

This week, we’re talking about how to use Woot Math as a scaffolded worksheet. The content of this poll covers graphing systems of inequalities but the basic structure applies to any class, math or otherwise. We discuss how to use the scratchpad as a place to provide support and how the progression of problems can help students learn as they progress in the poll.

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Weekly Math Poll – Woot Math Can Do That?!

This week’s math poll isn’t really about math at all! This poll, created by Mr. Ward, highlights the flexibility that Woot Math provides in creating fun and interesting polls for the classroom. Mr. Ward created this fifty task poll “US Geography – identify all 50 states!” to test our knowledge of US Geography.

Sound fun? We thought so. (Perhaps we should rename Woot Math to WootMathEnglishPhysicsChemistryGeographAndMore …. nah, we like math too much.) But we do think the possibilities are limitless. Woot!

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