The popular and FREE gallery360 – ALEX’s podcast treasury is NOW available on iTunes U for teachers and students.
The Gallery 360 podcast collection includes video and audio podcasts produced by teachers and students from across the state. For example, Fairhope High students teach about Newton’s 2nd Law, Types of Friction, and Forces. Their Tune in [...]
One of the most exciting projects that I have been working with this year has the potential to revolutionize how we deliver remediation and instruction in our classrooms. Two of our School Improvement Facilitators have working on creating math remediation and instruction videos for students who are having trouble understanding concepts that are tested on [...]
Graphs and charts are great because they communicate information visually. For this reason, graphs are often used in newspapers, magazines and businesses around the world. The Create a Graph site provides an easy way for students to create bar, line, circle and other types of graphs.
Students select the design and then enter data and labels. [...]
Algebasics.com contains narrated examples that explain and illustrate how to solve problems in a variety of algebra topics. It starts with the basics and covers topics such as equations, ratio, polynomials, factoring, linear equations, and more. It also includes a section on applying algebra to real-world problems.