Category Archives: Video
TED-Ed is a platform where educators can find videos, many of which are the result of collaborations between teachers and animators, to supplement and enrich their core curriculum. Teachers using Ted-Ed can select any educational video to create a customized lesson, and choose whether to share it publicly or privately, tracking its impact on their students or … Read more
1. Use Fluid Math to teach acceleration due to gravity. The video below shows how FluidMath’s Animation feature allows you to write a function (such as ay= – 9.8t2) that describes an object’s motion, and then run a simulation of the movement along a path.
2. Use Algodoo to simulate the ascent … Read more
Check out Vi Hart. She recently joined the Khan Academy team, and continues to make high quality pieces. These are pretty incredible videos on a variety of math topics, in quite the entertaining way. I’m particularly fond of Binary Hand Dance, Infinity Elephants, Pi is (still) wrong, and the Doodling series.… Read more
It’s getting to the point in the school year when you may need some more engaging and interesting projects. Try Animoto and have your students create digital stories or review web content.
The site is user-friendly and allows students to develop a free 30-second screen show using text, images and music. Then, Animoto will whip … Read more
Using the Tables Tool in Notebook software is an effective way to create interactive graphs and collaborative graphic organizers for students. In this blog post, “Two Minute Tables Tutorial, Part 2”, we’ll continue to take a look at the tables tool. Adding columns and rows, merging cells, adding text to cells, changing table colors and … Read more
Teq has started a new YouTube channel: TeqPD. There you can find all of our TeqCasts, archived webinars, and FAQ videos. You can subscribe to the channel to receive updates every time a new video is added.… Read more
Thanks to everyone who participated in today’s webinar: Informal Assessment with SMART Response PE. We’d love to get your feedback, and hear your suggestions for future topics.
There’s a brand new “Pi Day” lesson in the downloads section of our Educator Resource Center. The file features Teq Learning Objects, songs, videos, and a variety of New York State Assessment questions. For a preview, watch the video below.
If you’ve looked through the Gallery in Smart Notebook, you may have seen the option for Backgrounds and Themes. A Theme will give you a preset background on one page, or on a collection of pages, based on your design/preferences. In the following video, I will show you how to create your own theme … Read more