Fourth Grade Math
Lesson (click here)
Columbus principal Vince Schlueter demonstrates an
interactive geometry lesson. Instead of using a compass to
draw circles, Mr. Schlueter uses a virtual compass found in
the WizTeach math toolbar to demonstrate the concept of
concentric and not concentric circles.
Integrated Language Arts & Social Studies Lesson (click
District 7 third grade teacher Stephanie Raz and her
students demonstrate an integrated, interactive lesson using
the e-version of Scholastic News. The software allows
students to highlight vocabulary words and click on links to
gain further information on a topic.
Fifth Grade Social
Science Lesson (click here)
District 7 fifth grade teacher Matt Maddox and his students
demonstrate an interactive map of Asia. Students are able to
place countries on an up-to-date map, giving them immediate
feedback regarding their selection of a location on the
AP Calculus Lesson
Edwardsville High School math teacher John Meinzen
demonstrates how to capture his teaching notes, as well as
how to incorporate an interactive graphing resource that can
be found on an outside website. The interactive graphing
website allows the user to manipulate the limit lines to see
how the feasible region changes during an AP Calculus
Learners in a Classroom (click here)
Edwardsville High School social science teacher Sairee Knabe
describes how the PolyVision board technology allows her to
reach students across the learning spectrum.
Addressing Learners in a Special
Education Classroom (click here)
District 7 special education teacher Sina Rowe demonstrates
a math lesson for first and second grade students, allowing
students to participate actively in a lesson in which they
received immediate feedback on their answers.
beyond the Classroom (click here)
Columbus principal Vince Schlueter demonstrates how parents
can access math resources to assist with a homework
assignment via a link on Columbus’ Everyday Math website.
The lesson he posted was an audiovisual mini-lesson on the
properties of a polygon.