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## Overview

In this session, you will navigate through an Algebra I lesson aligned to Common Core that is supported with and through technology.

During navigation of this lesson, you will consider and apply how you can effectively infuse technology to both support student learning and your instructional practices. This lesson is meant to serve as a model for you to create your own technology enhanced lesson. You, along with your colleagues, will engage in reflective discussions about this lesson and as a result, you will glean innovative practices for technology integration in a 1:1 mathematics classroom.

## Learning Outcomes

## Participants will be able to:

## I. Experiencing the Lesson (50 minutes)

Consider the following questions as we go through this lesson:Title of the LessonExploring Exponential Functions

Essential QuestionHow do the parameters a and b of an exponential function in the form y = a*b^x change the graph of a function?

Learning OutcomesPrior Content KnowledgeClick here to begin the lesson. Exploring Exponential Functions

## II. Reflection (10 minutes)

## III. Creating Your Own Lesson (50 minutes)

## IV. Conclusion (10 minutes)

Share out and explain the lessons you have created. Discuss the following questions:

## Next Steps.... Return to your Agenda to access the next session.

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