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Saturday, February 28 • 11:45am - 1:00pm
Using Interactive Whiteboards & Apps to Access and Enhance the Common Core FULL

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We will share our strategies using technology to access and organize the common core curriculum using minimal resources (minimum of 1 IPAD, 1 Apple TV). The main app that we will share is called "Notability", which enables us to take common core math curriculum and organize it into a cornell note format with the following (focus questions, vocabulary, content, and SMP summaries). Teachers will have the ability to create notes, annotate PDF's, create recordings, and capture ideas to create a presentation that can be shared with colleagues or stored in a school management system.

Notability is also used as an interactive whiteboard with many options to accommodate all types of learners. Notability stands out above all other interactive whiteboard apps due to its ability to store documents into files. It also allow the user to share the notes with other Notability users or you have the option to share it as a PDF.

We will also share different functions of the app and strategies that we use to connect the Standards of Mathematical Practice to the content. We will show formal assessment strategies (pictures of student work, video clips, and exit ticket strategies) that can be organized through the Notability app.

This is our 3rd year using this app and it has been a huge resource to meet the expectations of our STEM program!

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Kelsey Loveall

6th Grade Math Teacher, Lincoln Middle School
I am a sixth grade teacher at a middle school in Oceanside, California. My emphasis this year has been on technology. I use technology everyday in the classroom through an app on an iPad. Through this app my team and I present our lessons, discuss student work, and easily transfer all of the work we do in the class to our department website online . My specific job is to keep the website current with digital files of notes and worksheets... Read More →
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Erik Mateljan

6th Grade Teacher/District Math Team Leader, Lincoln Middle School
My name is Erik Mateljan and I am in my 14th year of teaching middle school math in Oceanside Unified School District. I am currently the Math Department Chair at Lincoln MS and District Math Team Leader for OUSD.

Saturday February 28, 2015 11:45am - 1:00pm
Peralta Santa Fe Community Convention Center

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