As teachers, we are always looking for ways to reach our students–especially that one student in the corner who daydreams or falls asleep. It is our job to incorporate as many techniques as possible to reach our students. In a world of social media, teachers are constantly competing with short (and entertaining) videos, 140-character messages, […]
We talked to teachers and college professors who are using Pi & The Lost Function (TLF) in the classroom. Here is a list of 14 different ways they are using Pi with their students. H = High School use M = Middle School use E = Elementary School use C = College use PD = […]
What experience do you have working with teachers, kids, students, schools? I have worked with public schools in both professional and volunteer capacities for the past 25 years – as a certified science teacher, math and science SOL tutor, classroom volunteer, PTA Board member, School Planning Council member, and now as a a representative for […]
Download HTML Version Download .DOC Version Download The Lost Function Logo Download Student Photo Download GameplayPhoto Download Student Playing Photo ACTUAL RELEASE DATE July 30, 2013 CREATING LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Virginia Beach, Virginia – July 30, 2013 – ATLT Games, creator of the math educational game […]
Do your students struggle with remembering what the symbols of inequality mean? Print this poster and display it in your classroom! Every teacher needs some trendy posters to liven up their classroom! What posters would you like to see on atltgames.com?
Everyone knows that students get tripped up while using substitution when solving a system of equations…so make it visual! Use sticky notes of different colors to showcase how to use substitution. Take a look at our example!
Here’s a great, free printable to use in the pre-algebra or algebra classroom! Print blank coordinate planes on sticky notes for your students for quick and easy informal assessments! Each student can post their sticky note on a poster board under his/her name, and you can see which students are having trouble with a specific […]