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RE: SOS with a Digital Spinner

Hi @Tiffany Mumm . That is not a tool that I have heard of. Thanks for sharing. Here are a couple of other Random Pickers that I have discovered over the years. Random Name Picker from Classtools.net . Their site has a lot of great web tools to explore. Wheeldecide.com Name Picker Ninja All of...


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SOS with a Digital Spinner

There is a FREE editable spinner at https://wheelofnames.com/ You can add words, names, or pictures to the spinner. It also allows you to SAVE and even SHARE the spinners that you create! Can't decide which SOS to use? Here is a spinner to choose it for you: Choose an SOS How could you use a...




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Bouncing Sums

Bouncing Sums Give students a chance to move around class by playing Bouncing Sums, buildingmental math muscles. To prepare, use labels and a marker to put integers, decimals or fractions on a beach ball. Hand the ball to one student, who will read aloud the label touching one of his or her...

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RE: FREE Math Professional Development Webinars

Hi Becky, Thanks for asking and sorry for the confusion. We updated our webinar archives to a consistent format in the Professional Learning Center. You can access them here . Let me know if that helps. -- Lance Rougeux Vice President, Learning Communities Discovery Education --


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RE: FREE Math Professional Development Webinars

I was hoping there were archived webinairs. I'm having difficulty finding them for the Math Techbook. I can find the upcoming ones. Could you please help me get there? I've gone to the archives but apparently not looking in the right place. -- Becky Archibald Secondary Math Content...


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Eyeballing: A Terrific Geometry Estimation Online Tool

Hi fellow math friends, This site, Eyeballing , has a terrific tool for helping students to estimate geometric topics like bisecting an angle, finding the midpoint of a line segment and more. Immediate feedback makes it easy to learn how far off you may have been. Click on the image below to...