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Conceptis logic puzzles - Have fun, get smart! - Aurora

Conceptis logic puzzles - Have fun, get smart! - Aurora

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Griddlers Solver with Animations - Solve puzzles or watch them being naturally solved - Aurora Easy-to-use comfortable interface Compact interface uses most of the window space for the main puzzle. The grid is usually large enough for solving even on smaller displays. Recreational and Educational Value of Math Puzzles The figure above shows a puzzle called OkiDoku. Prof. Dani Novak & Prof. David Rosenthal, Ithaca College Many people enjoy working on grid puzzles as small, quick challenges of their mathematical and logical skills. Here is one you may not have seen, the OkiDoku.

Fun Kids Online Math Games "Sheppard offers everything from early math to pre-algebra. The lessons include interactive activities to practice concepts. Students can shoot fruit, pop balloons, and even play math man (the math version of pac man!). Fractions, place value, money, and basic operations are some of the areas that are covered. Check it out at " --Shannon Jakeman , sjakeman.blogspot.com Quick Draw - The problem-centered classroom - Problem centered math All meaningful mathematics learning is imaged-based. While there may be certain forms of mathematical reasoning that seem not to use imagery, most mathematical activity has a spatial component. If school mathematics is procedural, students may fail to develop their capacity to form mental images of mathematical patterns and relationships.

Ciphers / Bifid Background The Bifid cipher was developed in 1901 by the Frenchman Felix Delastelle (*1840; † 1902). He also developed the Four Square cipher. Principle The cipher is based on the Polybius cipher with an additional change of the position of characters in the text. Algebra We work with domain experts to curate and organize high quality, openly licensed content. This content comes from government resources, open educational repositories, and other openly licensed websites. The result is a great free online learning resource. Free PDF download — Get the Boundless Algebra Open Textbook, including all of our Algebra college level content in a convenient PDF ebook format. Did you know we can re-organize this content to provide an alternative to your assigned textbook?

Free printable math teasers and puzzles Printable Math Brain Teasers Students love doing math puzzles and brain teasers. We have puzzles in 4 difficulty levels. Level 3 and 4 can be quite challenging and can also be used for high school math students. All our puzzles are printable and come with answers. Math puzzles and brain teasers are fun and good! developingthequestion From Pearson’s Common Core Algebra 2 text (and everyone else’s Algebra 2 text for that matter): Mark has 42 coins consisting of dimes and quarters. The total value of his coins is $6. How many of each type of coin does he have? Show all your work and explain what method you used to solve the problem. The only math students who like these problems are the ones who grow up to be math teachers.

BION cipher page Click here for a condensed listing of solvers and utility programs collected mostly from this site. Click here to get free "Solve a Cipher" app from Chrome Web Store. (Requires Chrome web browser). To report bugs, ask questions, or request features for Solve a Cipher, click here . Infographic: When Am I Ever Going to Use This Math? Any math teacher can tell you that students constantly ask the question: “When are we ever going to use this?” Here’s an infographic that attempts to answer that question. Related articles: Steve Leinwand It’s been a great fall of 2014 – many states, many schools and many classrooms. It’s been full of hope and optimism as I see many positive aspects of the Common Core era, more and better use of the incredible array of new on-line resources (see: ), and powerful forays into effective collaboration and coaching. But then there was a discouraging return to reality. I’m in a majority minority suburban school district with more than 12,000 students working with middle and high school teachers about strengthening the teaching and learning of algebra, and it’s the typical one-day one-shot PD. I returned to the airport consumed by the question of HOW DO WE HAVE THE AUDACITY TO BLAME TEACHERS when:

GC25WQJ How Do I Solve All These &#$@! Puzzle Caches? (Unknown Cache) in Michigan, United States created by The Allen Cachers This puzzle cache is for all those cachers out there that have been appealing to us for some assistance with all the new puzzle caches that have been popping up around Lansing. More experienced puzzle cachers may find this really boring - sorry in advance. Don't expect to be able to solve a lot of four- and five-star puzzles after going through this exercize, but the two- and three-star puzzles should start to fall before you if you use some of the tools and techniques we will go through.

Understanding The Role Of Collaborative Educational iPad Games In the modern classroom, teachers are always looking for ways to make learning fun and interesting. iPads, games, eLearning platforms and BYOD are all on the menu…. and let’s face it, technology (from DVD players to iPads) can make life a lot easier in the classroom. The adoption of iPads in classrooms across the globe has significantly changed the way teachers think about teaching (at all levels). Most educators who have used iPads in the classroom now opt for a blended learning approach, using tablets, games and learning aids (like interactive whiteboards) as a way to engage students and support traditional teaching methods.

Geometry Is Worth The Extra Time… As I am sure many teachers can attest, there is a constant struggle each year between covering content and the precious amount of time we have to engage the students in learning. Prior to the past two years in the classroom, this guilt always seemed to creep up most during our geometry units. I used to feel that once the students could find area, perimeter, and volume, we would move back into our fraction and decimal work because that always took SO much time to develop a deep, foundational understanding. While geometric representations such as an area model support the fraction and decimal work, it is still not the 2D or 3D unit work. Right or wrong, I felt I had to prioritize to make use of the little time I had for the best of my students.

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