Monday, August 06, 2007

Handheld Computing 2.0: CPS Links

eInstruction: http://einstruction.com/
The creators of the CPS. You can download the latest version of the CPS software here. Also check out the video tutorials for this new software which debuted in July: http://einstruction.com/Training/Videos/

MMLA Mathematics Assessments: http://mathassessments.mscenters.org/
Generate MEAP like items for grades K-8 aligned with Michigan GLCEs. It's very easy to use these PDFs as a "fast grade" lesson in CPS.

CoolSchoolTools.com CPS video tutorials: http://coolschooltools.com/cps/tutorials.html

and even more tutorials on the Tevebaugh Group website: http://www.tevebaughgroup.com/

FSCreations Title Track: http://www.fscreations.com/titletrack/
Does your textbook come with ExamView question banks? Find out by searching the FSCreations database. ExamView questions can be used with the CPS.

Kenton County Kentucky CPS lessons: http://www.kenton.k12.ky.us/max/max_cps.htm
Lots of sample CPS lesson files can be downloaded here.

2 comments:

P said...

I'd love to know of a Calculus text that has ExamView question banks available.

Jim Dornberg said...

I did a search for "calculus" on the FSCreations TitleTrack website and found these 3 titles:

Advanced Functions & Introductory Calculus ©2003
by C.Kirkpatrick, R. McLeish, R. Montesanto, C. Suurtamm, S. Trew, D. Zimmer Thomson Nelson | Mathematics | 6-12

HRW Precalculus
Holt, Rinehart and Winston | Mathematics | 6-12


McGraw-Hill Ryerson Calculus & Advanced Functions Computerized Assessment Bank ©2003
by Santo D'Agostino
McGraw-Hill Ryerson | Mathematics | 6-12

of course the bad news is you have to actually BUY the text book!