Interactive technology games help teach math

Seventh grade math teacher Keith Stephanek has been organizing competitions in his classes to review math material. The students are given a worksheet and some time to complete it before the game starts. Once they are all done, Stephanek would project a powerpoint with the different answers. Students would then punch in their response on hand held interactive clickers, and then when Stephanek showed the answers, they could see whether or not they got points for their team.


Author: eppc

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