This blog is an online collaboration for math teachers. It is an attempt to harness the power of math teachers to create math literate learning events for their students.
Very interesting idea for having students/teachers create a story using search queries. Doesn't work all of the time for all search topics, but has some very interesting applications.
tags: google search stories multimedia web2.0
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Hi there,My name is Liz. I am a blogger at thefactortree.com – an adaptive/interactive online math learning curriculum. We focus on students from the pre-k to the 6th grade. I apologize for posting the info on here but I was unable to find the contact information for you.I just came across your blog and thought you have some great content, so I wanted to reach out to you and see if you would be interested in checking out our site and providing us with some feedback? We’ve added new features, new blog content are currently working on revamping our site – the new version should be out by the end of the month. If you like our service (which is currently free to use- but not for long), would you be willing to write about it? Please let me know as that would be incredibly helpful for us. We are always looking to partner with other education online sources so we would very much appreciate your feedback. I hope to hear from you.Regardless, thanks for writing and enjoy your day.Thank you, LizWe hope you check out our Facebook.com/FactorTree and Twitter.com/FactorTree pages to get to know us better.
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