Tuesday, August 4, 2015


I am interested in incorporating more technology in my high school math classes.  In addition, I also teach a computer application class and I hope to incorporate video learning, problem solving, digital citizenship and other technologies.  I am eager to learn about web tools.  I have learned how to use mindmeister, animoto, edmodo, and other web tools.  I hope to find more web tools to teach math.  I have limited resources.  I have used g(math) and desmos.  If you have other web tools for math, please let me know.  I look forward to an engaging class in which I will be able to use what I learn in my fall classes.

This year, I began to take many classes involving web tools.  I learned so much so far and hope to continue learning forever.  Since technology is changing, there will always be something to learn.  Anyways, this is my journey.  When I first began, I did not know how to create a blog.  With the help of Richard Byrne, I created a blog/website for my personal finance Personal Finance website/Blog

My goal is to keep a blog with the links of the projects that I have created so far.  Yes, they will be a work in progress.  As I learn more technologies, I will add more projects.  My biggest challenge is remembering all of the usernames and passwords associated with each one.  I thought I used the same one each time......any suggestions?


  1. Hi there!
    Like your idea of keeping a list of projects on your wiki. As far as unames and passwords go, I'm all about paper!

  2. Forgot to add that Khan academy might be a great Math site for you. It's free, you can differentiate the instruction as students need to move through a progression of skills. I've only played on it a little as it's above my wee ones needs. Check it out!