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Hapara and Google Classroom

Better Together: Streamline Digital Learning With Hapara & Google Classroom (click "read more" for video)
Hapara just released a feature which makes it possible for teachers to sync their Google Classrooms with Hapara Dashboard. Now with just the click of a button, you can import your Google Classroom classes into Hapara Dashboard. This is exciting news for teachers who have already discovered ways to combine the best features from both applications. It is also exciting for teachers who have been reluctant to use Hapara because they were already using Google Classroom.

Follow this link to Hapara support and scroll down to "For Teachers" to see the written version of the above video.

Phishing Scams And How to Avoid Them

Phishing Scams Even Fool Tech Nerds — Here’s How to Avoid Them!


HAPARA News Did you know that with your Hapara account, it’s easier than ever to differentiate your instruction?  Personalizing learning experiences helps learners succeed, but differentiating your lessons to meet the needs of all learners can be difficult and time consuming. With Hapara, you can create groups of learners, making it easy to manage differentiating your teaching.  Dashboard Groups In Hapara Dashboard, you can assign learners to groups based on their learning needs, interests, specific projects and more. Assigning learners to groups allows you to filter what you’re looking at in Dashboard so you can focus on certain learners. It also enables you to share documents with specific groups of learners via the SmartShare button.  For more on how to assign groups in Dashboard, click here. Workspace Groups If you have Hapara Workspace, using groups allows you to create unique learning experiences for each group, while still managing assignments and projects from one Master Works…

Equatio in Google Docs

How to use Math and Science Equation in Google Docs

Blended vs Traditional Learning

Please check out this link to find out more about whether you are truly offering blended learning or just delivering the same content in a digital form.


Mandelbrot was brought into the fold by IBM when they were first trying to find out why computers were behaving strangely. He found out that there was a very simple formula that would explain the phenomena and could subsequently help to figure out many other things. 
None of this would have been possible without modern computing.
Multiplication on the scale that they needed it was not possible prior to computers. Imagine what the future will hold for us....

Flexible Thinking

From the desk of our resident Math Coach
Flexible thinking and skill applications are keys to student retention and fluency.  Trying to write meaningful problems while wrangling a lost backpack or planning a trip to the river, is nearly impossible--though many of you do it!!  Here are some sites that have problems that are proven and fairly easy to select.  
Robert Kaplinsky and Dan Meyer are well known math problem developers, but this page of selected sites adds more to the list:

The following site will be included on the WCSU resource page, as it is specifically from Robert Kaplinsky and has a wonderful collection of problem solving topics that are fleshed out for you all to use.  There are discussion guides, engaging launches, and multiple standards addressed--which are listed for your own planning.

This was an interesting site--though it begins in g-3.  It is a curriculum map of problem solving and i…