Category Archives: Technology in the classroom

Math @ Williston App

App-Feature

EulerI just put the finishing touches on the first version of the Math @ Williston App for my classes. You can check out and install the app right here: MyApp.is/WillistonMathematics

You can load the app in any mobile device as well as in your browser. Check it out and let me know what you think.

Here’s what the app looks like:

@MrJoshSeamon Twitter Feed
@MrJoshSeamon Twitter Feed: A live stream of all things Williston, math, education, and more.
The class voting interface is now much easier to access.
The class voting interface is now much easier to access.
Videos can be watched inside the app. No need to go to any specific location. Just load the app and watch away.
Videos can be watched inside the app. No need to go to any specific location. Just load the app and watch away.
A very simple way for kids to send in their questions.
A very simple way for kids to send in their questions.
I will be adding content as time goes on. Right now kids also have easy access to several important links ad well as a couple important news streams.
I will be adding content as time goes on. Right now kids also have easy access to several important links ad well as a couple important news streams.

Surface Pro Resources

SurfacePro

As the math department spends more and more time working with the Surface Pros, everything we learn will be posted to this site. Our goal is to keep a master list of resources on the Surface Pro Resource page that just went online (link in the upper toolbar) with these three items:

Help Videos
Surface Pro: Draw with touch
Surface Pro: How to change your power settings

Miscellaneous
Master list of all Surface Pro drivers with download options

Technology In My Classroom

CalcNotes

It’s a big year for technology in the classroom at Williston. 550+ Surface Pros have been deployed to the eager hands of every student and faculty member. The WiFi network has been amped up, and Schoology is being used in every class. Here’s what I have planned for my classes:

OneNote: Everything that I present will be done through OneNote and projected onto the board. I am also requiring that all of my students complete all of their homework in OneNote. My presentation notebook is shared with all of my students. This means that (as long as they have an active internet connection) they will have live access on their own Surface to the notes I am presenting in class.

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