## Posts Tagged ‘mathcast’

### Mathtrain.TV: Ep.99, ScreenChomp

Saturday, August 6th, 2011

In this episode, the ScreenChomp App is showcased.

It is meant as a rough “tutorial” and mainly as an introduction to the possibilities we might have using this with our students.

### Mathtrain.TV: Ep.96, Reflections with Kat

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

“Kat”, a 7th Grader,  returns to shows us something she recently learned… “Reflections”.

### Mathtrain.TV: Ep.91, Percent of a Number

Saturday, February 12th, 2011

Here is a look at how to figure out “percent of a number” problems using a proportion.

### Mathtrain.TV: Ep.90, Finding Percents

Saturday, February 12th, 2011

Watch 6th grader, papatom, explain how to find percents.

### Mathtrain.TV: Ep.86, Input Devices via The Forge

Friday, December 10th, 2010

This special episode of Mathtrain.TV is a partial rebroadcast of a TechSmith show called, The Forge.

In this rebroadcast, Matt Pierce is joined by Dave McCollom (both of TechSmith fame) and they discuss different ways to screencast. Specifically, they focus on various input devices one can use to create screencasts.

We are extra excited, because they demonstrated one of our very own Mathtrain videos which was created by “Bob”!

Thanks to Matt, Dave and TechSmith. And thank you for permission to rebroadcast this show. I’m sure many of our viewers will find it interesting and helpful!

We edited the original segment. But go watch their intro and full show…
The original “The Forge” Episode 2, part 1 can be found here.

### Mathtrain.TV: Episode 85, Inequalities with Vincent

Monday, November 29th, 2010

“Vincent” makes her debut.  She shows us how to work with an inequality problem.

### Mathtrain.TV: Episode 84, How We Screencast

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

We take a moment to show you how we create a screencast.  It’s just a general overview.  We can get more detailed in future videos.

### Mathtrain.TV: Episode 76, Solving 2-Step Equations

Saturday, October 9th, 2010

Middle school student, “Alice”, shows us how to solve a 2-step equation and how to check it.

Visit Mathtrain.TV for more student-created math tutorials from Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica, CA.

Thanks for watching!

### November Learning Podcasts with Mathtrain

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

We were interviewed by Alan November (of November Learning).  Recently, the interview was released as a two-part podcast. You can click below to visit the November Learning pages to listen to the podcasts.

Or, listen on the November Learning’s iTunes Podcast.

Thanks to students “Bob”, “Billy Billy”, “Jerry” and “Paul”! And thanks to Brian Mull, of November Learning.  We are so excited about this!

### Mathtrain.TV: Episode 55 “Our First Student Screencast from 2007″

Friday, July 24th, 2009

Here is our first official, student-created mathcast from 2007.  It is the early version,which is not edited too much.  It is a bit longer than most of our math videos.

However, 6th grader “Bob” (not her real name) created this on the spot, with no script and no rehearsal.  It was also her FIRST time ever using Camtasia Studio.  Camtasia Studio is the screen recording software we use.  I thought we should release this as an episode.

### Mathtrain.TV: Episode 54

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Probability with Ben & Jerry

6th graders “Ben” and “Jerry” show us a probability example using 2 spinners.