Created on: December 15, 2006

Website Address: https://library.curriki.org/oer/Interactive-Excel-Spreadsheets-Examples-for-Use-in-the-Classroom-and-How-to-Develop

TABLE OF CONTENTS

- Kate's Math Lessons-Geometry
- Kate's Math Lessons-Algebra 1
- POLYUP: GRADES 3 to 5 MATH
- Crash Course: Computer Science-Programming
- Crash Course: Computer Science
- Crash Course Videos: Statistics
- Math Simulations
- Math Videos
- Brainpop Videos
- Kid TED Talks
- IXL Math
- Desmos
- Khan Academy Math Videos
- Illustrative Mathematics
- Newsela
- Online math and language arts program

- Using Brainpop in the classroom
- Science videos
- Social Studies videos
- English (Reading & Writing) videos
- Math videos
- Arts & Music videos

- Video Lesson: What Is A Function?
- Video Lesson: Factoring Quadratics
- Video Lesson: Math Help-Factoring Quadratics
- Video Lesson: Math Help-How To Use The Quadratic Formula
- Video Lesson: Solving a System of Equations Using Elimination With Multiplication
- Video Lesson: Math Help-Solve A System Using Substitution
- Video Lesson: Math Help-Solving A System of Equations Using Elimination

- Pythagorean Theorem Battleship
- Arithmetic
- Adding Integers (Positives and Negatives)
- National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
- Equation Grapher from PhET
- Family of Functions
- Area of Circle
- Interactive Tutorial for Integer Addition/Subtraction
- Interactive Simulation: Bar Grapher
- Interactive Excel Spreadsheets: Examples for Use in the Classroom and How to Develop
- Turing Machine Simulation
- Simulation: Circle Grapher

IN COLLECTION

This is a collection of interactive Excel spreadsheets or Excelets for use in mathematics and general chemistry. Many of the spreadsheets come with discovery-based activities. A number of Excelets support the introduction of mathematical modeling concepts. The user changes a variable and the spreadsheet changes in numerical, graphical, and/or even symbolic form (equations). Through the use of numerical experimentation and "what if" scenarios, we have a powerful learning tool for students using readily available off-the-shelf software. All of this is done computationally with no use of programming, no macros or Visual Basics for Applications, VBA.

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