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Doceri + Minecraft = Math Engagement: Benjamin Cogswell 1.2

“Minecraft in the classroom is AMAZING!” states Benjamin Cogswell,  Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) for Alisal Union School District. He goes on to say, “There are so many teachable moments within this flexible learning environment. Constructing the setting of a book, mixing chemicals to understand science, and manipulating blocks to understand fractions are just a few […]

My 2nd Teacher’s Aid in the room: Doceri

Today I had two students come back from a few days of being sick. Of Course they were behind. I am a middle school special educator with an art credential. My classes are social studies integrated with art. Every day we begin class with about 10 minutes of drawing. My drawing lessons are the first drawing […]

Teacher Feature: Benjamin Cogswell (EdTech Trainer): 1.0

Name: Benjamin Cogswell School: Alisal Union School District Province: Salinas, Monterey County, California Job Title: TOSA-Technology Trainer How do you Doceri?  Doceri is hands down my favorite app to use on the iPad. It was a game changer for me. I always enjoy sharing its awesomeness with other educators. Doceri has allowed me to do many […]

#DoceriChat Archive: April 16, 2014, Guest Deb Porcarelli on #CCSS and Doceri

We asked Deb Porcarelli from the AIMS Foundation to join us for #DoceriChat on Twitter, to talk about the Common Core State State Standards, and the Doceri lessons she has created and presented on the Math & Science Sandbox blog. [View the story “#DoceriChat April 16, 2014: Guest Deb Porcarelli on #CCSS and Doceri” on […]

#DoceriChat for April 16: Common Core Aligned Doceri Lessons with Guest Deb Porcarelli

Join us for #DoceriChat on Twitter, Wednesday April 16, 5pm Pacific – 6pm Mountain – 7pm Central – 8pm Eastern. Our guest this week is Deb Porcarelli of the AIMS Foundation. This tutorial explains how to participate in our Twitter Chat. AIMS is a non-profit education foundation that exists to enhance the teaching and the […]

Doceri, Interactive Teaching and the Common Core

During 2014, the Freedom to Teach blog will delve deep into the interactive teaching method to show how the Doceri Classroom can aid in this engaging pedagogy. In the process, we’ll examine how to use Doceri to meet the Common Core Standards, and how students can engage with new concepts so understanding becomes a natural part […]

Back to School Tetrahedron Project at San Marin High School

At San Marin High School in Novato, Calif. back to school preparations include all the normal lesson planning and administrative requirements – plus 510 mailing tubes and a Doceri screencast on how to create a tetrahedron. During the first week of school, students in five of San Marin’s math classes will learn about the Sierpinski […]

Back to School Math Fun: Find the Bike Routes

It’s back to school time in America, and students all over the country are starting new schools – and finding the best routes to ride home on their bikes. Well, assuming they ride straight home! Here’s a math game to try. How many routes can this student find to bike home, following the one-way streets? […]

How many squares in the array of dots?

Thinking ‘out of the box’ helps with solving this puzzle. We created a screencast with Doceri to show how we arrived at our solution. Did you come up with a different answer? Visit our Facebook page and post your screencast, or post a video response on YouTube.

How many triangles do you see?

Here’s a puzzle to solve. True, math has definite rules,  but we’ve seen some creative answers to this question. What’s your answer? Try using Doceri to count the triangles, and support your solution. If you’re already using Doceri 2.0 just click here on your iPad to open the triangle drawing in Doceri.   You’ll see […]