Lesson Plan: “The archaeologist Giancarlo” is a sequence of lessons set within the context of early algebra. The lessons involve interpreting, comparing and discussing different representations (verbal, symbolic, graphical) of a relationship between two variables. Subject: Mathematics. Age of students: 9-12 Years. Hardware: Tablets for students PC for the teacher Data Projector Wireless router. Software:…**Read more**

The tools below are of two main kinds and are briefly described here:

*Lesson plans*which have been developed, based on the experience of teachers who used the original plans, and which could be used in your classroom.*Lesson accounts*which provide a description of what happened in FaSMEd classrooms and from which you can develop your own lesson ideas.

# The Meatball problem

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Lesson Account: A problem-solving lesson using the concepts of volume, capacity and surface area. Subject: Mathematics. Age of students: 14-15 years. Hardware: iPads – with Internet access – for students Interactive whiteboard. Software: Google forms (student response system), Showbie (connected classroom technology), Explain Everything (optional). Functionalities of Technology: Sending and Displaying. Time needed:…**Read more**

# Time-Distance graphs in tablet-using classrooms

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Lesson Account: A sequence of 3 lessons using using NetSupport School. Subject: Mathematics. Age of students: 14-15 years. Hardware: Tablets and teacher PC (both with internet connection), Interactive Whiteboard. Software: NetSupport School, Maple TA, OneNote. Functionalities of Technology: Processing and analysing, Providing an interactive environment. Time needed: 3 x 60-90 minutes. FaSMEd partner: Ecole Normale…**Read more**

# Time-distance graphs with Showbie

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Lesson Account: A lesson using the application Showbie to collect and display student responses. Subject: Mathematics. Age of students: 14-15 years. Hardware: iPads and interactive whiteboard. Software: Showbie application. Functionalities of Technology: Sending and displaying. Time needed: 1 hour. FaSMEd partner: The University of Nottingham. Summary The lesson focused on developing students’ understanding of distance-time…**Read more**

# Time-distance graphs with applications

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Lesson Plan: A lesson using applications to collect and display student responses (Socrative, Classflow, Plickers or Showme). Subject: Mathematics. Age of students: 11-14 years. Hardware: Tablets (iPad 1 per class or student). Software: Socrative or Classflow + Apple airserver OR Showme and Reflector OR Plickers. Functionalities of Technology: Sending and displaying, Processing and analysing. Time…**Read more**

# Time-distance graphs with IDM-Tclass

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Lesson Plan: A sequence of lessons using the connected classroom technology, IDM-TClass. The lessons start with some tasks on the interpretation of a given time-distance graph and develop through the matching between graphs and stories and the construction of graphs associated to specific stories. Subject: Mathematics. Age of students: 10-14 years. Hardware: Tablets, pc, IWB…**Read more**

# Time-temperature graphs

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Lesson Account: A sequence of 10 lessons using a student response system. Subject: Science (Physics) & Mathematics. Age of students: 12-13 years. Hardware: Clickers, Teacher PC, Micro-document camera, Projector. Software: Je lève la main (student response system). Functionalities of Technology: Sending and displaying, Processing and analysing. Time needed: 10 x 60 minutes. FaSMEd partner: Ecole…**Read more**

# Walking a Graph

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Lesson Plan: A lesson using motion sensors for understanding time-distance graphs. Subject: Mathematics. Age of students: 11-12 years. Hardware: Computer with Pasco data logger and echo sound sensor. Software: Pasco SparkVue software. Functionalities of Technology: Processing and Analysing. Time needed: 90 minutes. FaSMEd partner: Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Summary: The objectives of this…**Read more**