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Interactive GeoGebra Student Worksheet on Triangle Centers | {Eggsperimental Design} Geometry teachers! This is for you! Explore this wonderfully color-coded interactive diagram with your students. It includes lots of juicy questions at the bottom to help your students investigate the ins and outs of triangle centers and what they are used for in practical situations. The only thing it assumes is that you’ve explained the definitions of medians, altitudes, perpendicular bisectors, and angle bisectors. Enjoy my hard work!!! To create your own interactive triangle centers GeoGebra file, use the directions in the Google Docs document below. Preview is below. Emilie earned her Bachelors of Science in Mathematics at the University of Houston-Victoria.

Crunchzilla Brain study reveals how successful students overcome math anxiety Using brain-imaging technology for the first time with people experiencing mathematics anxiety, University of Chicago scientists have gained new insights into how some students are able to overcome their fears and succeed in math. For the highly math anxious, researchers found a strong link between math success and activity in a network of brain areas in the frontal and parietal lobes involved in controlling attention and regulating negative emotional reactions. This response kicked in at the very mention of having to solve a mathematics problem. Teachers as well as students can use the information to improve performance in mathematics, said Sian Beilock, associate professor in psychology at the University of Chicago. Instead of feeling anxious about an impending math task, students who could focus their attention were able to complete difficult math problems more successfully.

Creativity and imagination in the math classroom—reframing projects and project based learning | Curiouser and Curiouser This week was our monthly curriculum writing committee meeting. We were sharing our successes and challenges regarding the Common Core and I mentioned, “I don’t want to sound dramatic, but I hunger for creativity. I want my students to create.” I am truly afraid the kids will lose interest in math if I don’t give them opportunities to use their imagination. Jennie Winters, our Lake County ROE math/science coordinator, replied that according to PARCC performance tasks using creativity are one of the highest levels of performance indicators. So why have I limited my students’ creativity? If imagination is the single most important competitive advantage we can have today, (Thomas Friedman, Grinnell College 2009 commencement address) I should be fostering it in math. With that in mind, is it worthwhile to examine ways to demonstrate math mastery by combining it with a very different field the student has mastered such as art, music, language arts, social studies, etc? Like this:

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