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24 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 9 μήνες)

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Winter 2011

What is TACIT?


Comprised of quadrant
-
based
groups of teachers


Teachers volunteering to share
their ICT knowledge and skills
through the delivery of workshops
for teachers


Model curricular
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integration of ICT


New applicants accepted each
Spring

Today’s Learning Goals


Learn how some of the Mac applications
can be used to support your teaching of
Math


Access additional Math & ICT support

Who are you?


Introduce yourself to your neighbour


Share your reasons for being here
today


Technical Issues?


Log any technical issues with Enterprise
Help Desk!


Setting up Printers


Logging in


Continuous Network issues


H
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Drive & shared folders


Crashing SMART Notebook


Bookmarks


And More!






Just six Laptops!

How are you managing to use your 6 student
laptops in your classroom?


In groups


As a learning centre


Grab them when you need them


As a tool for students who need additional support


With Math Buddies or Reading Buddies


Security





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National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

MacBook 101

System Preferences



Dock


Trackpad


Displays

Applications
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Stickies

Applications
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Photo Booth

Applications
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Calculator


Go to your applications
and drag the Calculator
onto your Dock



Let’s Try!


Grab or Screen Capture

In Spotlight search “Recorder”

Creating a Spinner


Create a spinner that meets the following
criteria:


minimum of 4 sections


equally likely to land on 2 colours


most likely to land on green


unlikely to land on blue


if it were spun 100 times, it is expected for the
arrow to land on red 25 times


Screen Capture your completed spinner
[Command + Shift + 4]

Explain your Thinking


Use any of the tools we tried today to
communicate your solutions


Stickies


Photo Booth


Calculator


Screen Capture/Grab


Notebook Recorder


What other ways could you use these tools to
communicate Mathematical thinking in your
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Word Problem Example

Over the past few months Ravie has been babysitting for different
families.

He has been paid the following amounts per hour:


5, 20, 8, 10, 15, 8, 12



A new family is interested in hiring Ravie for babysitting.



About how much money per hour should Ravie charge for his
babysitting service?

How can you use these tools within

a 3
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Part Math Lesson?

Let’s Try with

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

Creating a Math Journal

What other ways could you use this
application in your classroom?

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Stickies

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Stickies

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Stickies

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Turn & Talk

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Calculator

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Some Features:


Number of
Decimal Places


Speech Options

Applications


Paper Tape

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Calculator

Action!

How could you use the
Covert

feature in your
classroom?

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ICT Experiences