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Digital Tool Selection Checklist and Evaluation Rubric
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This resource provides a checklist to use as a guide when selecting digital tools and an evaluation rubric to be filled out to determine the educational effectiveness of the tool once its been introduced into the curriculum.

Subject:
Education
Material Type:
Curriculum Map
Rubric/Scoring Guide
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
Jane Strong
Judy Lefeber
Kim Gould
Josiah Hodgett
Sara Lindberg
Date Added:
08/02/2019
The Stolen Car and Keys Lesson - Parametric Equations
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This is a 50 minute lesson to have students engage in graphing and understanding parametric equations. This resource can be completed within 1 class period and provides an opportunity for students to start to think about how to graph parametric equations and why they might be used. It also fosters conversations about key features of parametric equations and why they are needed.

Subject:
Mathematics
Functions
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Tim Marley
Date Added:
03/10/2019
Vectors & Stone Bridges - Engage New York
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This lesson, from Engage New York, has students investigating:the forces involved in constructing a stone archadd and subtract vectors given in magnitude and direction formsolving problems that can be represented by vectorsThis lesson has teacher and studnet versions in both PDF and Word form. In this lesson, students will investigate the forces involved in constructing a stone arch utilizing the web app GeoGebra. This investigation also use a PBS Learning/NOVA site to enhance the learning so the students have context. There are structured questions for opening and discussion of possible impacts on stone arches. Students will work on GeoGebra to find resultant vectors. Then there is a structed exploratory activity for students to calculate magnitude and direction of force vectors. This lesson also provides an optional Exit Ticket to determine if students have achieved the learning goals of the lesson.

Subject:
Educational Technology
Mathematics
Numbers and Operations
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Emily O'Brien
Date Added:
03/31/2019