# Graphing in mathematics

**Lesson Account:** Two lessons using tablets and an interactive whiteboard to share student work and promote discussion.

Subject: | Mathematics |
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Age of students: | 11-13 years. |

Hardware: | Small and big cards, Posters, Tablet, Interactive Whiteboard. |

Software: | Whiteboard software. |

Functionalities of Technology: | Sending and Displaying. |

Time needed: | 115 minutes. |

FaSMEd Partner: | University of Maynooth. |

**Summary:**

This lesson unit is intended to help you assess how well students are able to interpret distance–time graphs. As graphing is a boundary object used in both mathematics and science, this lesson can be used in both subjects. To share student work and promote discussion on the student thinking, tablets and interactive whiteboards are used.

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**Note:**

This tool describes ways in which digital technology can be used to support formative assessment. The original materials (pen-and-paper) were designed by the Mathematics Assessment Project and can be found under the link above.