Supporting Number Sense with Virtual Manipulatives - Shared screen with speaker view
I am continuing to reshare slides so that those who enter after the link is shared can have the link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1kLgKVbIDCH2J4XRR7rIKGXqAxIUS4Fi2DbaXO6q4ZVg/edit?usp=sharing
Thank you so much for doing this Dr. Soto!
What great faculty we have today!
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Rekenreks at https://bit.ly/2wgLnmf
Can you see what we are building?
What a great option!
Can you send the slides link again. Sorry I had to jump on another device..
will you be sending all these resource links to us or should we save them ourselves?
Indeed, all of the links will be on a FAQ in the Google Folder.
They were also emailed
we use rekenreks all the time in class. I love to see these virtual rekenreks
I want to use it now. Love this and appropriate especially now.
Love these for early learners!!!
We used them with Engage NY
The students would make one to use
Special Ed teachers use it!
Students love using rekenreks! This is a great digital tool...
Yes! We made take home versions with pipe-cleaners, cardstock and pony beads
https://www.mathlearningcenter.org/resources/apps - click on the Number Rack link (this is the tool we explored during this slide). You can add up to 9 rows of beads
I have used a physical one this in the classroom but really cool to have a virtual one
https://toytheater.com/category/teacher-tools/virtual-manipulatives/ - Has a link for a 2 row Rekenrek (20 beads) and a 10 row Rekenrek (100 beads)
https://www.didax.com/math/virtual-manipulatives.html - Has a link for a 2 row Rekenrek (20 beads) and a 10 row Rekenrek (100 beads)
How can we see their work?
Students can share their work by clicking on the icon that looks like a square with a curved arrow coming out of it. Once students click on that link, they have options for sharing.
The icon is on the bottom of the screen, to the right.
Ebony, when they click the share button, have them click take a picture. It downloads it and they can upload it to your online platform.
OK, thank you
Anyone else hear a noise?
Maria Di Franco
For those who joined late, here is the link to the slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1kLgKVbIDCH2J4XRR7rIKGXqAxIUS4Fi2DbaXO6q4ZVg/edit?usp=sharing
Theres a jingling sound
Tied to gestures. Probably rubbing paper or cord near microphone
Maria Di Franco
Virtual Dice Manipulativeswww.didax.com/apps/dice
What is agency?
Agency is giving students the authority over their own learning.
Is there a way to put fractions on the dice?
So we provide opportunities for students to make decisions that is right for them.
Good question on the fractions on the dice, I don’t know...
I might have to look at these a bit more to see if I can find some with fractions
One way to do fractions is to make two different colored die and designate one color as the numerator and the other color as denominator
You can roll 2 dice and make a fraction out of it :)
I like the subitizing practice on the 1st one, but there is something so engaging about the sound and motion on the 2nd. I will be using the latter to engage my students this Wednesday on Zoom.
Ruben, good idea! I thought the same thing.
How do you add the task to be completed, or would you write this elsewhere?
I am thinking a google doc, creating a table to organize their thinking that goes with it
I'm starting to think of a couple ways I can use the dice in elementary Physical Education. Thanks!
They could screenshot their answer as well and then email/embed into document
Thank you, just finishing my credential so I’m very new!!!
PE : Assign each number a 1-minute exercise and roll away!
Yes, Ruben! That's what I was thinking!
Love the fraction idea with dice! Different colors, so creative!
I have used die to help children create numbers with different place values, but I like the ones that actually represent tens. Do they go higher than tens?
These are great for race to 1000.
dice app you can download: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/shake-em-dice/id633848654
I was just getting ready to ask you about the iPhone dice! Thanks!
UDL Guidelines: http://udlguidelines.cast.org
If you are Zooming and used these dice on your screen, you could annotate using the Zoom feature.
Nice idea! Thanks, all, for sharing your ideas and suggestions!
base ten blocks at https://bit.ly/2yuPwUa
Great current event!
The single blocks self-align with the numberlines. That’s nice!
Be sure to try the tools at the bottom of the screen!
Who is getting the other four rolls of toilet paper????
Why are they so big? Can we make the blocks smaller?
You can lay the tens out up against each other so students can see they have regrouped 10 tens into a 100 square.
To share the link with the task already there, you build/type the task and then use the share to correct? Then, once students build it, they would share and it would send the screen with their work
Do you need a membership to use math learning center?
Command + (-)
Would you introduce the problem before the students create the number?
You can lay them and over lap them! This is so neat
cntrl c with the block selected changes its color. That could be good for marking what is being subtracted.
How would students hare their work with us?
I love how you can have the pieces broken apart or put back together.
Do these work on an iPad as well?
To have students share: Look at the square with the arrow in the middle.
Yes on iPads, the App is Number Pieces
I see, they share the link
The tools menu at the bottom is not always showing up for us.
I think it’s because the tools at the bottom of the Zoom are covering it.
I like that kids can use a pencil to "x out" manipulatives. Can be used for subtraction (thinking of my kindergartners)
Can you adjustthe tools that are available?
Arrays & Area Modelshttps://bit.ly/2JJPpqn
That’s cool, great for inquiry before teaching partial products.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourts’ Base Ten Blocks https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/content/hsp/math/hspmath/na/common/itools_int_9780547584997_/basetenblocks.html
I love the regrouping!
Thank you so much, Dr. Soto! :)
Thanks so much Dr. Soto. This has been really helpful
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This was great! Thank you
Thanks a lot Dr. Soto!
Amazing!! thank you!
Fantastic! Thank you so much!
Thank you so much!! Appreciate your expertise!
Thank you so much Dr. Soto! This was so helpful.
This was great! Thank you so much!
Thank you Dr Soto!!!
Thank you so Dr. Soto! Very helpful!
Thank you Dr. Soto, you are a super hero!
Thank you so much !
Thank you for continuing to help us learn and grow as math teachers!
Thank you so much, these are alway fun, time goes by so fast.
Thank you Dr. Soto!
Maria Di Franco
Thank you so much Dr. Soto, you rock!
Thank you so much, this was wonderful! I am so excited to use these with the kids!
Thank you Dr. Soto and Dr. Lamb!
Wow! I will be able to use these online as well as in classrooms. I cannot wait to get started and to share them with the new teachers to whom I am offering support.
AMAZING and EXCITING!! Thank you for sharing!
Thank you for sharing, Dr. Soto!
Thanks and I loved the regrouping!
This will be so helpful
Thanks for creating some middle school resources!
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Thank you! Excellent resources. :)
Thank you Dr. Soto!! You rock!
Awesome! Thank you
Thank You Dr. Soto! I appreciate your support. Very helpful
Thank you! Dr. Soto
So helpful. Thank you!
Thank you for sharing!
Additional resources from the San Diego County Office of Education can be found at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1V3Hsf3u1pZ87-eAnNlfA9txU9UlScQg32L2rfE1hc80/edit
On the learning center base ten blocks, how do we remove the blocks?
Thank you, Dr. Soto!
Inspiring! Thank you!
Thank you Professor Soto and Lamb, looking forward to using the base 10 blocks with my kids. When we do go back, these will also be great on the interactive whiteboard!
I really liked some of these resources! Thank you Melissa!
IPad,,,Mary Tresa Peck
Thanks for this great presentation!
Thank you,,these virtual manipulatives will be very helpful.
Great session! Thank you! Sorry if you already mentioned this, but will the video be available? I came in 15 minutes late?
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Thank you so much Dr. Soto and Dr. Lamb! This was so helpful!
this has been great. is there anything for our special ed teachers?
What a meaningful zoom with a good blend of relevant resources to support student thinking and how to use them!
Thank you Melissa and Dr. Lamb! This is all so relevant and much needed!
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wonderful presentation! Thank you!!
Thank you for giving us resources to show the “flow” of how mathematical concepts relate to each other! :D
Thank you so much! This was so helpful!
Thank you again. This is really helpfull!
Very clear! Thank you!
Fantastic, thank you!
What are some resources to train 1st grade children to use the technology?
Terrific resources and ideas! See you in a couple of weeks! Hugs!
Thank you so much! It was nice to hear from you!!!
KKingsbury, check out screencasting software like Loom, I would make video tutorials and walk students through the features
You can do that through Zoom too! Tutorials have been very helpful for my students (and parents)
Prior Question: On the learning center base ten blocks, how do we remove the blocks?
Screencastify is a Google Chrome extension that also works to create video of your screen
ok thanks! not so bad (:
Select then click the trash can
Thank you so much! So many ideas. Can’t wait to share with my colleagues.
For the base ten block. What is the key for?
If you have a mac, Quicktime is embedded and you can do a new screen recording for screencasts as well
Screencasting (Apps such as ShowMe [free]; Websites/plugins such as Jing; Google Screencastify, Zoom, Screencast-o-matic; or on a MAC you can use Quicktime player).
Are there any resources you recommend for graphing?
Desmos is probably the most common
Spectacular program and spectacular participants!
Bill Zahner will be offering a session on using Desmos soon. Stay on the lookout for dates and times.
Any grade spec idic sessions???
Do you know of any SPED resources that are being taught by SDSU?
Thank you, I learned a lot!
Perfect! Thanks for your time and help!