Technology and the Math Classroom Part 3

(Last Updated On: April 20, 2017)

Problem Solving and Showing Math Thinking

Problem solving is an essential part of math learning, plus using problems and tasks is a great way to incorporate reading and writing into your math instruction. These resources have tasks and problems that students would or could use individually or in groups to think and apply math skills to real world or problem type tasks.  Great higher level thinking application activities!  Students could share their answers with you in a Google Document or a Google Drawing? These activities truly prepare students for the types of math we see in the performance tasks of the state tests.


mathalicious ~ real life math for grades 6-12


Resources For Teachers to Explore
Math Landing ~ resources and tools for elementary math teachers

Stem Questions to Promote the 8 Mathematical Practices

One thought on “Technology and the Math Classroom Part 3

  • October 30, 2015 at 1:59 pm
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    Great ideas Sara! I love the practical application possibilities for today's 21C classrooms!

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