Listly by Tyler Goatley
These are some important resources that could go in a math hyperdocs lesson.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
These are pictures of graphs. I would use them as visual aids in my lesson for the students to look at.
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.
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 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 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.