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## Learning with Technology in the Mathematics Classroom

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**Learning with Technologyin the Mathematics Classroom**Colleen Young**Learning with Technologyin the Mathematics Classroom**Many wonderful websites to use in your classroom ....which your students can also use at home**Learning with Technologyin the Mathematics Classroom**The following slides all have hyperlinks to further information. Many images have hyperlinks, see also any text as positioned below. Many hyperlinks in this position**This year I will ....**Use a greater variety of starters. Mathematics – Starters and Plenaries**Check work with**WolframAlpha**Desmos**Problems**This year I will ....**Ask great questions. Rich QuestionsBloomin’ Mathematics**Remembering Understanding**Sequences**Applying**Rich QuestionsBloomin’ Mathematics**use**to check Rich QuestionsBloomin’ Mathematics**use**to check Desmos graph page**This year I will ....**Integrate rich tasks into my normal classroom practice. Rich Tasks**This year I will ....**Try some new resources. I’m Looking For ....**This year I will ....**Keep on using resources that students can then use at home. Top >10 Maths Websites for Students**Draw a quick graph**Suppose you want a graph of y = 3x+2 Simply go to Desmos and type in your function That’s it – one graph! Learning to use Desmosy = 3x+2**Learn about sliders**Now suppose you want to explore straight line graphs. Simply go to Desmos and type in your function but this time use variables: You will be offered the chance to add sliders – select all**Learn about sliders**Now you have sliders Try changing them and watch that graph! y = mx+c**Learn about sliders**If you want a slider to have integer values only, select one of the end points: then you could make the step size 1 for integer values and also change the lowest and highest values if you want y = mx+c try changing the sliders**Learn about sliders**If you want a slider to have integer values only, select one of the end points: then you could make the step size 1 for integer values and also change the lowest and highest values if you want y=mx+c, m and c integers**Points of Interest**Points of interest**Tables**First enter your function then select edit list and choose convert to table