Quick View: Virtual Manipulatives

Author: 
Center for Technology Implementation
Year: 
2013

In the past, most classrooms only had physical manipulatives. Today, more classrooms have improved access to computers and the Internet. As a result, virtual manipulatives are becoming more common. These can be useful tools for students and can help support them in learning to use appropriate technology tools for mathematics. Watch this short video for an overview of how to make use of virtual manipulatives in your math classroom.

Type: 
Quick View
Common Core State Standards: 
Make Sense of Problems
Reason Abstractly
Model with Mathematics
Use Appropriate Tools Strategically
Instructional Strategies: 
Interacting With Peers
Modeling
Organizing
Thinking Aloud
Understanding Problems
Using Precise Math Language
Visual Representations
Supporting Struggling Students: 
Differentiation
Universal Design for Learning

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