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Looking for a fun way to integrate tech and bring learning to life for your students? This set of task cards are not your ordinary task cards- they contain Augmented Reality embedded in each card so that students can self-check their work! Especially great for ELL or SpEd learners. For a quick tutorial on getting started with Augmented Reality, check out my video on How to Use My Augmented Reality Items.
There are 20 fraction subtraction problem task cards and 20 addition problem task cards, as well as 2 recording sheets in this set. Also included is an "I'm stuck!" graphic that brings up a video showing how to solve similar problems if you're using AR.
For those who don't wish to break out the technology, I've also included answer cards so that students can self-check the old-fashioned way, without the need for a device. If you do feel like integrating technology, students can self-check using the Aurasma app.
This can be used in a variety of ways from center work, to partner work to individual early-finisher work. Suggestions for use are included within.
Set this up as a tech center for iPads, iPhones, or Android devices. Each device only needs the FREE Aurasma app.
About the Seller
I am currently an ESOL coach for my district, working with both ESOL and mainstream teachers to help them differentiate and improve the quality of their instruction for English language learners. I currently work in Maryland, but spent several years teaching in North Carolina, and I completed my student teaching in Tennessee as well. During my career, I have worked with students in grades K-8, though most of my attention has been focused on the upper grades, 4-8. I have been invited to Busan, S. Korea, twice to conduct 2 week teacher training seminars on Content Based English Instruction for English language learners, and I am SIOP trained. In addition, I also lead numerous Continuing Professional Development courses, workshops, and focus groups for teachers in my district. In addition to my MS, I also have a BA degree in Spanish and Mass Communications.