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2014 Doceri Teacher Survey: iPad Whiteboards in the Classroom

Once again, at the end of the US school year, we asked for input about how teachers are using Doceri. What we’ve learned is not surprising – the more teachers use Doceri, the more integral it becomes to their classrooms.   K-12 Teacher Survey Highlights Though the survey itself was open to everyone, these results […]

Teacher Feature: April Barton

Name:  April Barton School: Cottonwood High School District: Granite School District State: Utah Subject: Mathematics    1. What drove you to begin making Doceri screencasts for your students?  I was having difficulty keeping students caught up with the material when they were absent.  Either they would just be lost for a unit or two, or they would […]

Doceri Teacher Feature: Krista Hands, Oklahoma Baptist University

Name: Dr. Krista Hands School: Oklahoma Baptist University State: OK Subject: Mathematics – all levels Krista Hands is a mathematics professor at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma, teaching Trigonometry, Calculus I, Calculus II and Contemporary Math, a general education course – as well training education students on how to teach math. Her discovery of […]

#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 […]

Teacher Feature: Mark Willis, Bangkok Patana School

Name: Mark Willis School: Bangkok Patana School Subject: Mathematics (Years 7-13 British system) Location: Bangkok, Thailand Mark Willis first learned about Doceri at an International Baccalaureate mathematics workshop. “I had an iPad,” he says, “and I wanted to use it in my classroom. I had tried other apps with only limited success, because was extremely […]

Teacher Feature: Oommen George

Name: Professor Oomen George School: Professor at San Jacinto College, Pasadena Texas Subject: Physics “In my search for whiteboard apps, I hit a gold mine when I found Doceri. It has all the necessary tools to create a good interactive presentation. Doceri has made teaching and learning for my students easier. The time spent in teaching […]

Visualizing mathematical thinking through Doceri’s timeline

There are two common issues that students encounter when learning new mathematical concepts: visualization and relevance to their own lives. First, let’s take a look at visualization (pun intended). Here’s a great example of how Doceri can help students look a little deeper into a two dimensional plane that, at first glance appears to just be a […]

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 […]

Doceri in my Math Classroom

Guest Post by Monica Burns I love using video clips from Khan Academy and MathTrain to kick off math lessons! It grabs my students’ attention and is perfect for changing up our usual routine. With Doceri I can take my use of tutorials to a new level – by having students create their own. It’s important that […]

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? […]