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Final Project

December 25, 2016 | Leave a Comment

Hello every body! Here is my website Calculus One and iPads. In my experience as a high school Mathematics teacher, I used iPads and the Nearpod application in my classes. Students worked well individually and communicated efficiently with each other in groups. I realised that with iPad applications, students understood mathematical concepts and worked collaboratively […]

Assignment 3

November 26, 2016 | Leave a Comment

Description of students’ activities Please see an overview of the Nearpod activity here. Students will have access to the Nearpod lesson activity using their mobile devices and a PIN provided by the teacher. Nearpod presentations allow students to access teachers’ material from their homes and study at their own pace. This web-based activity works best […]

Assignment 1B: Student Media Tools We have researched Facebook as an educational online media tool that allows collaboration and group work activities. Our evaluation of Facebook analyzed the followings Ease of use Confidentiality of content and discussion Transferability and scrubbability Appropriateness for academic use We would like you to give us your feedback and to […]

Objectives This lesson aims to educate students about plagiarism and invites them to abide by the requirements and respect the rules of the use of a resource by giving the appropriate credit. The implications of plagiarism will be highlighted in order to make students aware of the consequences of breaching the rules. This lesson will […]

List of web-based Mathematics resources: 1. Khan Academy: 2. TED Ed Lessons: 3. PBS Learning Media: 4. teAchnology: 5. The Math Forum: 6. MIT OPEN COURSE WARE: 7. Interactive Mathematics: For the list of annotated web-based resource list I focused my research on resources that would help Mathematics […]

Mathematics education could be enhanced when students develop their potential for learning by becoming more actively involved. The social bookmarking website, Diigo offers students the approach to solve problems by collaborating with other students and their teachers. Diigo would enhance and improve the learning experience of students in my Mathematics classroom. It encourages group collaboration […]


September 20, 2016 | 1 Comment

Hi everyone! My name is Yehia, I am in the MEd program at Thompson Rivers University. This is my second course in TRU-online learning. I took EDDL 5151 in the previous semester with the great instructor Keith Webster, and it was really a valuable learning experience. I am really interested and looking forward for more courses […]