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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Weekly Math Poll – Review of Polygons

This week’s math poll is a review of polygons. Quadrilaterals, parallellograms, rhombi, trapezoids, and more! This interactive classroom activity can help assess your students’ understanding of some of the intricacies of geometry.

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Technology Tools for Elementary Grades

The state of education technology is vast. How do you know which products are best for your students? Which ones have been tried and tested in the classroom? Do they have research behind them?

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