Integrating Technology into Math - Ideas By Jivey: For the Classroom

Integrating Technology into Math

I'm linking up to iTeach 1:1 and Learning to the Core to share some ideas on Integrating Technology into Math
Unfortunately, we don't have iPads... or iPods... or tablets... I'm so jealous of the blogs I read with all of these tools for their students. I really want to work on getting a grant for something for my classroom because I think it's not only beneficial to their learning, but also SO engaging!

Here are some things I'm able to use with my projector and SmartBoard.
Study Jams is awesome! There are math and science videos, tutorials, and slide shows with quizzes after them. The kids love the site, and there is literally something for all of the topics we study!

Another favorite is Brain Pop! Our school has a subscription for it, and the kids really enjoy Tim and Moby in the videos. This site is great for all subjects- I love using it during Social Studies, especially.

I also love Education City. My school also has a subscription for this as well. I have students get on computers in the lab to play, but there is also an Interactive Whiteboard Mode so I can use it as part of my mini-lesson. This is another winner because it's aligned to the Common Core! :o)

I hope you found something you can use in your classroom. I know a couple of them require subscriptions, but if your school is anything like mine, they want suggestions for these kinds of things! :o) Make sure to go check out the other link-ups at iTeach 1:1 or Learning to the Core for more great ways to integrate technology with math!

And while we're on the topic of math, my friend Gary (Scrappy Guy) is having his first linky party!
This week, we're sharing Math Literature Connections. In keeping with the technology aspect of this post, I wanted to share an awesome site with you that I keep bookmarked for ideas for math literature! Click here to visit the site! It has a great list of books and lesson ideas! :o)


  1. Let the Linky Party Obsession begin!

  2. I'm a huge fan of Study Jams and Brainpop. I'll have to check out Education City because I'm always looking for other sites I can use for mini lessons/practice that are aligned to the Common Core. Thanks for linking up with us!:)

    iTeach 1:1

  3. Love Brainpop! Thanks for the other suggestions!I have been hearing a lot about Study Jams. I think I will have to check it out!

    Eclectic Educating

  4. Hi Jiver,
    Brainpop is the best- I love how much GOOD material is on there for so many subjects! And what a bonus that Education City is aligned to Common Core- so perfect!
    Thanks so much for linking up with us!
    Learning to the Core

    1. ha...just realized I typed "Hi Jiver".....kinda a fun new way to refer to you but really I meant Jivey :)

  5. My classroom loves BrainPop as well-it is such an easy way to introduce or review a skill! I can't wait to check out Study Jams-I haven't heard of that yet but it sounds like there is so great stuff on there. I am always looking for new ways to incorporate this site is a double bonus for me!

    Learning to the Core


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