1. Respond to videos - Record yourself and then have the students watch the video during this rotation and respond accordingly. (i.e. in their notebooks, by making a poster, responding in some other way.)
2. Student blogging - Have a prompt ready for students and then ask them to blog a response. They can even respond to others in this system. Free online tools like www.kidblog.org work well for this purpose.
3. Digital Creation - Have students use Google Apps for Education to create a math alphabet book (Sheets would be great for this as each letter could be its own page and students can even work collaboratively on one document!)
4. Student Created Video - Have students write a creative script
that includes various math talk vocabulary and concepts and
then work on recording this video. Several different genres can
be included here - students could give a news report, create a
fiction story, or make a documentary.
5. Augmented Reality - Use an AR app, such as Aurasma, with an
iPad to make student work come to life!
6. Surveys and Quizzes - Have students use Google Forms or a
site such as www.kahoot.com to create a quiz for others to take.
7. Online Portfolio - Have students create a website that will
house their math progress throughout the school year. There could be a tab for each domain and students could add reflections, graphs, pictures, etc. to show their growth.
8. Learning to Code - There are many free sites, such as www.code.org, which guide students in learning how to code.
9. Create a math book - Use a site, such as www.storybird.com, to create an authentic picture book that has a math theme. Students can even respond to each other’s book within the class or they can choose to share their work with the world.
10. Connect with Twitter - Have your class participate in the weekly math #mtbos challenge!
See https://exploremtbos.wordpress.com/ for details.