Motivating Students in a High School Online Math Course – Final Video

First of all, I want to apologize for the sound quality of this video.  The computer it was recorded on has a terrible microphone.

Also, there are some references that got left out of the video so I wanted to add them here.

All of the animations were made using GoAnimate.com

Geometer’s Sketchpad was used for the animated math graphics.  Each activity was a free download from http://sketchexchange.keypress.com/sketch/view/574/3d-invisibility-toolkit  and http://sketchexchange.keypress.com/sketch/view/577/3d-gallery

The photo of John Keller was borrowed from his website http://www.arcsmodel.com/

TI-NSpire. (2015). If a Tree Falls. Retrieved from http://education.ti.com/en/us/products/computer_software/ti-nspire-software/ti-nspire-and-ti-nspire-cas-teacher-software/tabs/overview

Wood, R. (2010, May 18). Tree Errors [YouTube video]. Retrieved https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCGAgDEm9Wo

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One thought on “Motivating Students in a High School Online Math Course – Final Video”

  1. I suppose I should probably list all of my references.

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    Hourigan, K.L. (2013). Increasing student engagement in large classes: The ARC model of application, response, and collaboration. Teaching Sociology, 41(4), 353-359. doi: 10.1177/0092055X13491580

    Keller, J.M. (2008, August). First principles of motivation to learn and e3-learning. Distance Education, 29(2), 175-185. doi: 10.1080/01587910802154970

    Kim, C., & Keller, J.M. (2011). Towards technology integration: The impact of motivational and volitional email messages. Education Tech Research and Development, 59, 91-111. doi: 10.1007/s11423-010-9174-1

    Moller, L., Forshay, W., & Huett, J. (2008, July/August). The evolution of distance education: Implications for instructional design on the potential of the Web (Part 2: Higher Education). TechTrends, 52(4), 66–70. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

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    Wong, W.K., Yin, S.K., & Yang, C.Z. (2012). Drawing dynamic geometry figures online with natural language for junior high school geometry. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 13(5), 126-147.

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