Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Announcing the Which One Doesn't Belong? Website!

Four days ago I wrote this blog post about using Which One Doesn't Belong? as an activity for my calculus classes. I have had a lot of positive feedback about it and along the way Pam Wilson tweeted this:



and that also got a good response. So I decided to take this on. It's a good thing that I'm on March break as this has taken a few (!) more hours than I normally have "free" during the week.

<insert drum roll>
Announcing the Which One Doesn't Belong? website at http://wodb.ca/



I really hope that many of you will contribute to the site (some of my children already have!) as that is the only way it will grow. I plan on having my students create their own and will add them - please do the same with your students. 

You can also follow @WODB?Math on Twitter.

2015-03-20 - Update

In order to help you use and create WODB?, here are some links.

To help you create:
WODB? Template (SMART Notebook)
Graph software that I use (produces very clean graphs)

To help you use (especially if your students have trouble with right & left):
WODB? ABCD Template (SMART Notebook)
WODB? ABCD Template - white background (.jpg)
WODB? ABCD Template - blue background (.jpg)

Please let me know if there is anything else that would be helpful. Also - I am happy to format submissions if you just send in content.

4 comments:

  1. Yayyy after reading your post I wanted to use this as a bell ringer next year so you read my mind about providing more examples!

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  2. I use this type of idea in my math classes as part of the warm-up. the kids love it.

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  3. Hello! This post was recommended for MTBoS 2015: a collection of people's favorite blog posts of the year. We would like to publish an edited volume of the posts and use the money raised toward a scholarship for TMC. Please let us know by responding via email to tina.cardone1@gmail.com whether or not you grant us permission to include your post. Thank you, Tina and Lani.

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  4. Thank you for this! We are going to start using them immediately. I think students would be thrilled to add to the website.

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