Weekly Math Poll – Algebra I Review

This week’s math poll asks students to convert between forms of linear equations and explain their preferred strategy for finding a line through two points or a slope and a point.

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Why Fractions Matter and How Woot Math Can Help

We know many students struggle to master fractions, and yet until recently, we didn’t know the full extent of the cost. From recent research, it is clear that facility with fractions is critical to higher mathematics and other advanced STEM fields.

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WeeklyMath Poll – Hybrid Car

Do your students still struggle with word problems? Do they ever ask you “when are we going to use this in the ‘real world’? If so, we’ve got the poll for you! This poll helps guide students through building linear equations that model the cost of two different cars over time, one hybrid-electric, one regular. This post highlights how polls can help you scaffold a problem and also how to use the scratchpad in combination with the prompt in rich math tasks.

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Weekly Math Poll – Fish Tank

This week, we are focusing on how to use features in Woot Math to offer support to students who might be struggling on a given task. This week’s WootPoll uses the context of a fish tank to have students model a linear equation, find the x- and y-intercepts and construct a graph. This poll is quicker than previous weekly WootPolls and can be used as an exit ticket or warm up.

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New Features in Woot Math Polls

We’ve just launched some new often-requested features in Woot Math Polls. Below is a quick recap of the top additions. Please keep the requests coming @wootmath!

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Weekly Math Poll – New Job

This week’s math poll uses the context of a new job and commute costs to learn about systems of equations, functions and linear equations. Students model various situations based on hours worked and price of commute. This poll ends with an opportunity for students to use their computations to make value judgements about if they think the benefits outweigh the costs.

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