Big Ideas Learning has worked with educational technology innovators to marry the very latest in learning technology with the industry-leading mathematics curriculum developed by Dr. Ron Larson and Dr. Laurie Boswell. This Dynamic Technology package is available exclusively with the Big Ideas Math program.
The Dynamic Classroom is an online interactive presentation tool which provides teachers a mechanism for teaching their lesson in a 21st Century classroom. Teachers can present their lessons and can access all of the online resources that supplement every section of the program at point-of-use such as digital manipulatives, Real-Life STEAM Videos, and Lesson Tutorial Videos.
Interactive Explorations challenge and motivate students. Teachers and students can use these in their discovery learning to interact with the mathematical content in Big Ideas Math explorations.
Teachers have access to a number of Dynamic Teaching Tools, including editable online resources, the Answer Presentation Tool, and the Game Library.
A variety of math tool papers and graphic organizers are available for easy download and use. The online Multi-Language Glossary translates terms and definitions into 14 different languages.
Developed exclusively for Big Ideas Math, this technology provides teachers and students an intuitive and state-of-the-art tool to help students effectively learn mathematics. The Dynamic Assessment System allows teachers to provide customizable homework directly related to the Big Ideas Math program.
Question types include technology-enhanced items such as drag and drop, graphing, point plotting, multiple select, and fill in the blank using math expressions. Assignments are automatically scored and students have access to immediate multi-tiered remediation, including a free online chat tutor.
The Dynamic Assessment System allows teachers to track and evaluate their students' advancement through the curriculum. Built for ease of use, this tool is available on a wide range of devices.
Real-Life STEAM Videos allow students to further engage with mathematical concepts and
relate them to real-life scenarios. Students learn about the Parthenon, natural disasters, solar
power, and more!
Two- to three-minute Lesson Tutorial Videos provide video and audio support. These are valuable for students who miss a class, need a second explanation, or need extra assistance with a homework assignment. Parents can also utilize the tutorials to stay connected or to provide additional help at home.
Through the Student Dynamic eBook, students not only have access to the complete textbook, but with a data or internet connection, they can also explore robust interactive digital enhancements including English and Spanish audio support, interactive explorations, and Lesson Tutorial Videos.
The Big Ideas Math Videos app provides videos for every Extra Example in all high school programs. The videos can be played in either English or Spanish.
The Big Ideas Math Solutions app provides access to the worked-out solutions of odd exercises in all Big Ideas Math high school programs.
The authors of Big Ideas Math understand the importance of storytelling and music in learning. Storytelling puts math in real-life contexts, and music helps children remember. In collaboration with storyteller Anne Lazo and musician Michael Wiskar, the authors of Big Ideas Math are excited to offer Math Musicals - engaging musicals and stories that bring mathematics to life! Visit www.MathMusicals.com to learn more.