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Julie McLeod and her students in the Allen Independent School District (Texas) are doing incredible work with the LiveScribe SmartPen & mathcasts and more.

Find more student mathcasts by Julie's students at her Mathcast Central: Mathcasts by the Math Masters WordPress blog.

Listen to the world's first podcast math dictionary she and her students are creating at their Math Out Loud EduBlog.

Sample Pencasts/Mathcasts by Julie McLeod's Students

TAKS Math Prep - Region 4

Original problem was multiple choice - View it here on Julie's blog

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There are 45 apples in a box.

What is the expression for the prime factorization of the number of apples in two boxes?

Original problem was multiple choice - View it here on Julie's blog

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This arrow is made from parallelograms with acute angles of 30 degrees.

What is the measure of the angle at point P?

This arrow is made from parallelograms with acute angles of 30 degrees.

What is the measure of the angle at point P?

Original problem was multiple choice - View it here on Julie's blog

Amy is making a banner in the shape of an isoscelese triangle.

If the smallest angle measures 20 degrees, what is the measure of each of the other angles?

Original problem was multiple choice - View it here on Julie's blog

An object that weighs 5 pounds on Earth would weigh 2 pounds on Mars.

How much would a 180-pound man weigh on Mars?

Function Tables by Micalla
Original problem was multiple choice - View it here on Julie's blog

Use height="474" width="342" instead of height=" 316 " width="228". I calculated these by taking

Credits
I'm (Tim Fahlberg that is) very grateful for the work that Chuck Duncan of KET has done with pencasts for AP Physics.

It was the discovery of his extraordinary work (see his Homework Help for AP Physics B ) that enabled me to puzzle out how to embed pencasts in a PBWiki page.

See this page for more details: How to embed a pencast into a PBWiki page .

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