# Math Vocabulary In Action

I have talked about glogs before. This is an excellent glog of students working the math vocabulary!

http://girlygirlk.edu.glogster.com/all-about-angles/

Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

I have talked about glogs before. This is an excellent glog of students working the math vocabulary!

http://girlygirlk.edu.glogster.com/all-about-angles/

Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

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Everyone was having fun doing math, and I definitely had fun viewing this interpretation of angles. These students will always remember the different types of angles What’s a glog?? Sounds like a combination of blog and some other word?

LisaFebruary 23, 2011

Isn’t it great! These kids just own the vocabulary. Glogs are these great posters. Search it in the blog. I’ve done a couple of posts on them. You can sign up for free at Glogster edu. They have a whole package for educators. Even if you don’t post this in a glog, you could still have the kids do skits of the vocabulary and video it with a flip camera, and show it as a way to review the words.

Dr. Nicki

drnickinewtonFebruary 25, 2011