Technology-Infused Math Instruction: Teaching Outside the Box - Grades K-12
School of Education
In today's mathematics classroom, teachers must ensure that all students;understand conceptually and can demonstrate the required skills based on their development.Technology-Infused Math Instruction: Teaching Outside the Box;provides guidance in leveraging five essential research-based pedagogies to;support effective K-12 math learning with infused technology: daily routines, open-ended tasks, project-based learning, problem-based learning, and math centers. Usingtechnology as a tool for teaching and learning mathematics has the power to support students in making meaningful connections through multiple representations, real-life applications, and opportunities to express and demonstrate what they know and how they know it Being strategic decision-makers about students' experiences requires teachers to analyze student assessment data, synthesize a variety of evidence-based strategies in mathematics, and select activities that will lead to access and equity in math instruction. Throughout the text, activities, sample lessons, templates, and links to videos illustrate how to put these practical technology-infused strategies into practice. Technology provides teachers with the efficiency to differentiate tasks, scaffold instruction, and utilize multiple measures to assess and support student learning.Teachers will learn how to support all learners in their construction of mathematical knowledge through hands-on activities, project-based learning, linguistically based strategies, and culturally relevant activities which harness the power of technology
Kendall Hunt Publishing
Coddington, Lorelei R. (2021). Technology-Infused Math Instruction: Teaching Outside the Box - Grades K-12. Kendall Hunt Publishing.