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"Jude e-Clock" : Mr. Myers' Classroom

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Virtual manipulative for teaching various concepts in telling time. Features include the ability to change the clock's face (two different primary faces, roman numerals, 12-3-6-9, & graduated markings only), display of time in digital format, display of time in word format ("quarter past three", "27 minutes until eight", etc.), as well as the ability to practice concepts of elapsed time by setting a "start time" clock and an "end time" clock.Buttons and hands on clocks are color coded to help... More
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Material Type: Drill and Practice
Technical Format: Flash
Date Added to MERLOT: February 06, 2005
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 26, 2013
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Submitter: Nathan Myers

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Primary Audience: Grade School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Flash Player
Language: English
Material Version: version=6,0,29,0
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Avatar for Hailey Pozniak
3 years ago

Hailey Pozniak (Student)

This is an excellent learning tool for kids of all ages. This tool can be used in a variety of lessons. There are many different options that can be used for both support and enrichment. This includes six clock faces, elapsed start and finish times, and twelve buttons for changing the time on the analog clock. These buttons are color coded to match the hands on the analog clock, which is a great idea for helping students make connections between the minute and hour hands. 

I particularly like that this tool offers time in three different formats. Students can easily check their understanding and answers at the click of a button.  

One suggestion would be to include a button that randomizes the time of the clock. 

Overall, I think it is a good fun tool that can be used to teach students how to tell and write time! 

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Everything is accurate and easy to use. All tools are concise. The clock hands point directly to each minute. When loading or refreshing tool, the analog clock always automatically points to the accurate time. The analog, digital, and sentence formats are always synced. 

Time spent reviewing site: 5 days