Presented by:
Ihor Charischak
ihor@clime.org
Council for Technology in
Math Education
(CLIME)
http://clime.org
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Come and see
examples of how Web 2.0 and dynamic software
can transform math learning and teaching.
Participants will experience a series of
unique and compelling collaborative
activities that incorporate significant
software environments (spreadsheets,
Sketchpad and Web applets) that will help a
teacher to engage students in gaining a
deeper understanding of powerful
mathematical ideas.

Resources
Current
list
DMC
Blog
Dan Meyer's
response to digital textbooks
Math
2.0 Group Discussion
Quicktime
movie (10:40) of my slide presentation  link


updated:
10/19/13

AMTNJ Conference
Friday, 10/25/2013
9:30am–10:30am 
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Set the Stage:
Overview of Math 2.0
Warmup
video: Hans
Rosling's dynamic video (4min)
Gapminder  Link


1

Jinx
Puzzle
Pick a
number, Add 11, multiply by 6,
subtract 3, divide by 3, Add 5, Divide by 2,
Subtract the original number. (Why is this
called the Jinx puzzle?)  link
Blog entry  link


2 
Average
Traveler Activity
Today we are going to find out
who traveled the average distance to get to
this conference. First we'll start off with a
guess. What do you think is the average
distance that the members of this group
traveled today?
participant
data (2008)
My blog entry about this activity  link


3 
The Great
Green Globs Challenge
What
is the highest score you can get for
this array of Globs? (Link)
Globs
Blog
entry and Video
tutorial intro (3:40)
Video:
Green Globs meet Parabolas (3:44)
Neil Cooperman  Green
Globs Contest (1995)  video
(12:30)


4 
Measuring the
circumference of the Earth
Over
2,000 years ago Eratosthenes made a
remarkably accurate measurement of the
earth's circumference. This project is a
recreation of that measurement and requires
collaboration of students in places at
different latitudes on the earth to make
shadow measurements, share data, use a
spreadsheet (optional) to make comparisons,
and then replicate and share their results.
In
the Spirit of Eratosthenes: Measuring the
circumference of the earth  Ihor's
article
Starting again in March, 2014
 Noon
Day Collaborative Project Website



