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Updated by Tyler Goatley on Apr 22, 2019
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Hyperdoc Lesson Resources

These are some important resources that could go in a math hyperdocs lesson.

Khan Academy | Free Online Courses, Lessons & Practice

I picked Khan Academy because Khan Academy has many videos on evaluating functions. My students are gong to be visual learners, so watching these videos may be more helpful.

Desmos | Graphing Calculator

Desmos is an awesome online graphing calculator. I picked this tool for my lesson because students will be able to plug in functions and see visual graphs, which will help them when they evaluate functions.

Flipgrid - Video for student engagement and formative assessment

Flipgrid allows students and teachers to create videos to interact with each other. I would use Flipgrid for my students to collaborate over evaluations and give explanations for their work.

Evaluating Functions (basics)

I found this video on evaluating functions on Youtube to use as a visual aid. This video will be helpful because the students are visual learners.

Start Your Podcast | Spreaker

Spreaker is a free podcast tool to be used to make podcasts. This tool will be helpful because I can use it to create an audio lesson or have the students create podcasts for each other as collaboration.

Identify Graphs of Functions - Tutorials

These are pictures of graphs. I would use them as visual aids in my lesson for the students to look at.

Algebra : Evaluating functions Quiz

This is an Evaluating Functions Quiz. I would use this in my lesson to test the students over what they had learned in the lesson.

TeacherTube

A free community for sharing instructional videos and content for teachers and students. I would use this tool to find some instructional videos for the students to use that adhere to their visual needs in learning.

Google Drawings - create diagrams and charts, for free.

Google Drawing is a great tool for creating just about anything. I would use this tool to have students create functions and graphs to quiz their peers over and have a hands-on activity on creating and evaluating functions.

Google Docs: Free Online Documents for Personal Use

Google Documents can be used to type functions. I would use this tool to have students create functions and evaluations to quiz their peers over, so they are learning on a deeper level through creativity.