Digital Learning on Twitter
We’ve seen a ton of great activity on Twitter lately. Teachers are sharing pictures of their students having fun in Work Places, during Number Corner, and using MLC apps. I look forward to the time I set aside for Twitter each workday because I get to see students enjoying themselves while learning math. Here are some highlights from the past month.
This is probably my favorite of the bunch. I love that this classroom in England is using our app on an interactive whiteboard, and that these students are clearly proud of their work.
Here’s another classroom making great use of their interactive whiteboard. This is a fantastic way to engage the entire class during Work Places or perhaps a fun reward for a small group of students.
Did you know we have a new app? Did you know it’s free, just like the rest of our apps? @hulahoopes does and she loves it! Money Pieces helps students really understand the relationship between U.S. coins and the dollar bill. If you don’t have the Money Pieces app yet, you can get it here.
The last one I’ll share is from a teacher in Minnesota. Two of her students came up with very different results using the Pattern Shapes app. I like this one a lot because it shows just how creative students can be. Pattern Shapes allows for students to explore shapes and patterns while just playing around. Nice work!