# Copy of TPACK Math Activity Types and Related Technologies

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## 1. Evaluate

### 1.1. Compare and Contrast

1.1.1. Concept mapping software (e.g., Inspiration)

1.1.2. Web searches

1.1.3. Mathematica

### 1.2. Test a Solution

1.2.1. Scientific calculator

1.2.2. Graphing Calculator

1.2.4. Mathematica

1.2.5. Geometry Expressions

### 1.3. Test a Conjecture

1.3.2. content-specific interactive tool (e.g., ExploreMath)

1.3.3. statistical packages (e.g., SPSS, Fathom)

1.3.4. online calculator

1.3.5. Robotics

### 1.4. Evaluate Mathematical Work

1.4.1. Online discussion group

1.4.2. Blog

1.4.3. Mathematica

1.4.5. Inspire Data

## 2. Apply

### 2.1. Choose a Strategy

2.1.2. Inspire Data

2.1.3. dynamic geometry/algebra software (e.g., Geometry Expressions)

2.1.4. Mathematica

### 2.2. Take a Test

2.2.1. Test-taking software

2.2.2. Quizzes in Learning Management Systems(e.g. Blackboard, Moodle)

2.2.3. online survey software

2.2.4. student response system (e.g. “clickers”)

### 2.3. Apply a Representation

2.3.2. Robotics

2.3.3. Graphing Calculator

2.3.4. Computer-aided laboratories

2.3.5. virtual manipulatives (e.g., electronic algebra tiles)

## 3. Practice

### 3.1. Do Computation

3.1.1. Scientific calculators

3.1.2. graphing calculators

3.1.4. Mathematica

### 3.2. Do Drill and Practice

3.2.1. Drill and practice software

3.2.2. online textbook supplement

3.2.3. Subtopic

3.2.4. online homework help websites (e.g., WebMath).

### 3.3. Solve a Puzzle

3.3.1. Virtual manipulative

3.3.2. Web-based puzzle (e.g., magic squares)

3.3.3. mathematical brainteaser Web site (e.g., CoolMath)

## 4. Produce

### 4.1. Do a Demonstration

4.1.1. Interactive Whiteboard

4.1.2. Video Creation software

4.1.3. document camera

4.1.4. presentation software

4.1.5. podcast

4.1.6. video sharing site

### 4.2. Generate Text

4.2.1. Specialized word processing software (e.g., Math Type)

4.2.2. collaborative word processing software

4.2.3. blog

4.2.4. online discussion group

### 4.3. Describe an Object or Concept Mathematically

4.3.1. Logo graphics

4.3.2. engineering visualization software

4.3.3. concept mapping software

4.3.4. specialized word processing software

4.3.5. Mathematica

### 4.4. Produce a Representation

4.4.2. virtual manipulatives (e.g., digital geoboard)

4.4.3. document camera

4.4.4. concept mapping software

4.4.5. graphing calculator

### 4.5. Develop a Problem

4.5.1. Word processing software

4.5.2. online discussion group

4.5.3. Wikipedia

4.5.4. Web searching

4.5.5. e-mail

## 5. Consider

5.1.1. Document Camera

5.1.2. Content-Specific Interactive Tools (e.g. ExploreMath)

5.1.3. Presentation or video creation software

5.1.4. video clips

5.1.5. video conferencing

### 5.2. Attend to Demonstration

5.2.1. Electronic Textbook

5.2.2. Websites (i.e. the Math Forum)

5.2.3. Informational Electronic Documents (e.g. pdfs)

### 5.3. Discuss

5.3.2. Online Discussion Group (e.g. online discussion in Edmodo math teacher groups)

5.3.3. Video conferencing (e.g. webinar)

### 5.4. Recognize a Pattern

5.4.1. Graphing Calculators

5.4.2. Virtual Manipulative sites (e.g., the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives)

5.4.3. Content-specific interactive tool (e.g., ExploreMath)

### 5.5. Investigate a Concept

5.5.1. Content-Specific interactive tool (e.g., ExploreMath)

5.5.2. Web searching, informational databases (e.g., Wikipedia)

5.5.3. virtual worlds (e.g., Second Life)

5.5.4. simulations

### 5.6. Understand or Define a Probelm

5.6.1. Web searching

5.6.2. concept mapping software

5.6.3. ill-structured problem media (e.g., CIESE Projects)

## 6. Create

### 6.1. Teach a Lesson

6.1.1. Document Camera

6.1.2. presentation software

6.1.3. videoconferencing

6.1.4. video creation software

6.1.5. podcast

### 6.2. Create a plan

6.2.2. collaborative word processing software

6.2.3. Concept mapping software

6.2.4. Mathematica

### 6.3. Create a product

6.3.1. Word processing software

6.3.2. video camera

6.3.3. animation tools

6.3.4. Mathematica

### 6.4. Create a process

6.4.1. Computer programming

6.4.2. robotics

6.4.3. Mathematica

6.4.5. Inspire data

6.4.6. video creation software

## 7. Intepret

### 7.1. Pose a Conjecture

7.1.1. Dynamic geometry software (e.g., Geometer’s Sketchpad)

7.1.2. Content-specific interactive tool (e.g., ExploreMath)

7.1.3. e-mail

### 7.2. Develop an Argument

7.2.1. Concept mapping software

7.2.2. presentation software

7.2.3. Blog

7.2.4. specialized word processing software (e.g., Theorist)

### 7.3. Categorize

7.3.1. Database software

7.3.2. online database

7.3.3. concept mapping software

7.3.4. drawing software

### 7.4. Interpret a Representation

7.4.1. Data visualization software (e.g., Inspire Data)

7.4.2. 2D and 3D animation

7.4.3. video clip

7.4.4. Global Positioning Devices (GPS)

7.4.5. engineering-related visualization software (e.g., MathCad)

### 7.5. Estimate

7.5.1. Scientific calculator

7.5.2. graphing calculator

7.5.4. student response system (e.g. “clickers”)

### 7.6. Interpret a Phenomenon Mathematically

7.6.1. Digital camera

7.6.2. video

7.6.3. computer-aided laboratory equipment

7.6.4. engineering-related visualization software

7.6.5. specialized word processing software (e.g., Theorist)

7.6.6. Robotics

7.6.7. Electronics kit