These made my top 10 list because I can either see myself using these tools in class or my students could use them outside of class. My top 2 are math sites so I can see myself using them since I am becoming a math teacher.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
This is website is amazing for those who struggle with math http://www.coolmath.com/. It covers pre-algebra, algebra, pre-calculus, and calculus. The website has lesson plans, math games, books that you can purchase to help you understand your math, online calculators (including a graphing calculator), and much more. The online graphing calculator I know is very useful if you don't know or forgot how to graph a function, especially if you don't have a graphing calculator. The website also gives successful tips on: how to be a successful student, how to study for a math test, and how to study for a math final exam. I couldn't really seeing myself using this in class but this website could be very helpful for those students outside of the classroom who are struggling.