Thursday, December 03, 2009

Free Web site helps teachers improve math instruction

An educator in an Ohio district is using a free, Web-based computer program to enhance math lessons. Geogebra provides teachers with a venue for sharing lesson plans, creating work sheets and interacting with students at home and at school. "The neat thing about it is, the kids can be involved in it and can have a hand in changing or working with the equation. Kids can go in at home and practice with a dynamic worksheet," high-school math teacher Susan Kerkhove said. "It's not a piece of paper anymore. It's an experience." Middletown Journal (Ohio)

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