Video Resources to teach Fractions - What video resources are you all using to teach fractions this year? Mr Leatherwood makes his own screencasts and uses eduCanon to embed questions into the video and check student understanding. Curious to hear what others are doing!

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I also have subscribed for a package of tutorials from a service provider named Abacus for my kid for making him an eminent learner. This has really helped to cultivate the inquisitiveness in him for the subjects he learns from those. Now I see him very excited for the new upcoming tutorials. I offered this as his complimentary gift last christmas. Now I see him really enjoying it. Thanks for such resources.

Mathematics require technology that allows the students to interact actively with it. A good example is whiteboards and software programs. This will enhance the way students understand the concepts. Cool Math4Kids and PBSkids involves interactive, cool math games and lessons from pre-school to high school with a wide range of teaching material.
 
 
 

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