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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Eating Volumes: Delicious & Unexpected Lesson in Calculus
Yesterday I gave a workshop at the iMathination Conference in St. Charles,IL. The conference is full of handson math workshops for teachers, mostly from the city of Chicago – amazing teachers! I was asked to give a handson workshop for … Continue reading
Posted in Calculus, Common Core, Geometry, Math Education, SMART Board, Technology
Tagged area, calculus, Creativity, crosssections, design, integral, Math, models, sketchpad, smart board, solids with known crosssections, technology, visual calculus, volume
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7 Sites for Creating Word/Data Clouds
I’m a very visual person and love shapes. (Yes, I am a math person!!!) By putting words in shapes or visually displaying in a different way, they become more interesting to me. Sometimes, it becomes a puzzle to figure out … Continue reading
Posted in Geometry, Math Education, SMART Board, Technology
Tagged design, technology, vocabulary, word, word art, word clouds, wordart, words
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Jigsaw puzzles
One of my favorite things to do to for family fun is to work on a jigsaw puzzle. I used to have a puzzle for students to work on in the back of the room when they finished their work … Continue reading
Posted in Common Core, Geometry, Math Education, Technology
Tagged jigsaw, lesson, puzzle, puzzles, technology
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