Teachers share success stories and ideas that stimulate thinking about the effective use of technology in K–grade 6 classrooms. This article describes how students can use available technology to communicate and share their thinking in popular media formats.

Contributor Notes

Brandt S. Lapko, brandt.lapko@fcps.edu, is a special education teacher at Lane Elementary School in Alexandria, Virginia. He is interested in using technology in the math classroom to communicate ideas between students and teachers. Edited by Spencer Jamieson, Spencer.jamieson@fcps.edu, a math resource teacher for the Instructional Services Department of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) in Virginia

Patricia W. Freeman, pfreema1@gmu.edu, who teaches algebra 1 and geometry to eighth graders at Franklin Middle School in Chantilly, Virginia, while pursuing a doctorate in Mathematics Education Leadership at George Mason University (GMU)

Courtney Baker, cbaker@gmu.edu, who is a mathematics consultant for FCPS and a GMU doctoral student.

(Corresponding author is Lapko brandt.lapko@fcps.edu)
(Corresponding author is Jamieson Jamieson)
(Corresponding author is Freeman pfreema1@gmu.edu)
(Corresponding author is Baker cbaker@gmu.edu)
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