As I am thinking of how to use modern technology in order to change how mathematics and science are taught and learned by our students, I realize that sometimes, we just need to take a quick look to see how collaboration of educators all around the world opens new opportunities. As we are working on developing multiple-choice questions to be used with electronic response systems (clickers), I realize that the context of the problem can be a video or a TEDEd video to be more precise. What if you were to ask your students to watch this video at home and then you can discuss what they have seen in class (flipped classroom idea). Part of the discussion can include answering questions using clickers… I was happy to see examples of questions on the TEDEd website… I keep thinking that the entire context of a problem can be a video that was uploaded by somebody else. Thus we do not need to reinvent the wheel every time, but we can collaborate to improve math and science learning of our students.
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