Here are a few highlights of some of the Interactive Demonstration Tools that I have come across in the past few weeks:1. All Interactive Whiteboard Resources – Although the applets on this website are designed to be friendly for those classrooms with Smartboards and the like, I see no reason why these applets can't be used in any classroom. In fact, I plan on use this Angle Measure resource when teaching my classes about angles in the upcoming weeks. Other great resources on this website include this Translation Plotter, which helps students to visualize translating a shape in the Rectangular Coordinate System.
2. Interactive Slope Applet – Although I ran out of time to actually use this with my own class, this is a wonderful resource that lets students click and drag points such that when the line between the point changes, the calculation of the slope of the line also changes on the screen as well. Very useful!
3. Slope-Intercept Equation Applet – This appears to be the exact same applet I introduced to you a few weeks ago in the Geogebra Tutorial video. It's a very simple resource that allows students to visualize the slope-intercept equation of a line by using sliders to change the slope and y-intercept.