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ADA Maths - Sam Powell

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ADA Maths is an online math textbook featuring an extensive database of math questions and responses. Choose from several different topics starting with number problems on up to calculus...more
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ADA Maths is an online math textbook featuring an extensive database of math questions and responses. Choose from several different topics starting with number problems on up to calculus and mechanics. Use the included links with each item to view the answer and link to a discussion forum. Many problems also include a step-by-step solution and video explanation. Other features allow you to see just the questions or answers, or print a set of questions.

tag(s): addition (224), angles (89), charts and graphs (203), data (154), division (157), equations (155), factoring (32), geometric shapes (168), logic (250), measurement (181), multiplication (210), negative numbers (21), number sense (97), probability (136), problem solving (296), quadratics (33), statistics (129), subtraction (186), time (140)

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Share this site on your class webpage or blog for students to review math concepts at home or research solutions to homework problems. Modify learning by teaching students how to discuss math problems and strategies using a video response tool like FlipGrid, reviewed here. Pose a problem for students on Flipgrid then ask them to share their solutions and strategies for solving the problem. Have students share their problem-solving strategies and math discussions through a class podcast using a tool like Buzzsprout, reviewed here. Buzzsprout offers features for scheduling podcasts for release on a specific date and time. This feature allows you and your students to create podcasts in advance, but then distribute publicly on your desired timeframe. Challenge students to create a personal database of math tips, solutions, and resources including images, videos, and text. Transform learning by using ThingLink, reviewed here, to take a picture of a math problem, then have students add video and audio discussions of the problem.
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waoh, i find this really helpful DANIEL, , Grades: 9 - 12

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