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מתמטיקה על המפה

מתמטיקה על המפה
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my weekly newsletter. Thanks for visiting! I am excited to introduce you to my new project idea that I hope will result in some engaging content for our classes. It is collaborative in the same way the Interesting Ways resources are and I will need your help to make it a success. Elevator Pitch Using Google Maps.Maths activities in different places around the world.One location, one maths topic, one map.Activities explained in placemarks in Google Maps.Placemarks geotagged to the maths it refers to. Some background Four years ago I created Google Earth resources for the classroom and posted them to the GE Community Forum. The only issue with Google Earth is that it is restrictive in two ways. Luckily Google Maps has caught up and using the collaborative features I can now invite other teachers and educators to help build on these resources. How can you contribute? View 27 Measures Activities in Madrid in a larger map

לימוד מתמטיקה Learntube Applying mathematics (Times Article) One of the questions every mathematics teacher is regularly asked is “When are we ever going to use these things?” This is probably the hardest question to answer in a satisfactory manner! We talk about the applications of mathematics in physics, engineering and computer science. It is today becoming more important for students to attain a higher level of numerical literacy - Christina Zarb Since I deal with many IT students, my favourite answer is “Google! Of course we can, many should be thinking. Mathematics is a compulsory subject throughout primary and secondary education – it is considered, and rightly so, a core subject throughout these highly important formation years, and a pass at Ordinary level is fundamental in order to continue one’s studies at post-secondary and tertiary level. After secondary school, students have to choose which combination of Advanced and Intermediate level subjects to pursue, keeping in mind the University degree they would like to read for.

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 , "Online math games, like the ones that you'll find for free at Sheppard Software, provide a valuable opportunity for children to learn a great deal while they're having fun. It can be very difficult for parents to find productive and worthwhile activities for children on the Internet; however fun online math games do offer a wonderful alternative. This free section of Sheppard Software was written for children. Sheppard Software offers a couple of cute games for the youngest math students.

מדף:מתמטיקה - ויקיספר במדף ספרים זה יש כמות קטנה של ספרים. עובדה זו יכולה לנבוע מכך שאין כעת בוויקיספר כותבים המתמחים בתחום, או מסיבות אחרות. אנו פועלים ללא הרף להרחבת מאגר הספרים והמדריכים, אך יכולותינו מוגבלות, וישנם נושאים שאינם בתחום הידיעות שלנו. אם ביכולתך לעזור לנו בהרחבת אחד המדריכים הקיימים, או בכתיבת מדריך חדש, נשמח לקבל את עזרתך. אתה מוזמן לעיין בתיבה "מעוניין לתרום?" חשבון הספר חשבון הינו ספר המלמד את פעולות החשבון הבסיסיות ואת נושא השברים, ידע שהכרחי לכל מי שרוצה לדעת נושאים מתקדמים יותר במתמטיקה. Facebook in Math Class Using Social Networking In During the first term, in the 2010-2011 school year, I created a Facebook group called “Notre Dame Math Discussion”. As of March 2011, there are 102 students in my Facebook group. In the semester I implemented Facebook, I had a total of 113 students. I implemented Facebook, mostly, to my Math 20 Pure classes which totaled 92 students. During the semester, I assigned specific questions that needed to be answered using the math discussion group. Each student was given a slip of paper with different function notations on it. Another example from my Math 31 class: As a class we graphed 3 functions from their equations. These tasks were not required to be completed on Facebook; I did still allow for students to complete these tasks the “traditional” way, on paper and hand it in to me in class. For some students who did not have the necessary technology at home, I provided my own classroom computer to use Facebook. Students used this site above and beyond expectations.

Free math games for kids at Fun4theBrain! Page NEW 1 2 3 View All Lucy is ready to dress the actor and actress from the lates movie, Zomie Prom! Thanks for all the help from her assisstants, Z. Agicthein and S. Agicthein, C. Snowy is having tons of fun this winter, but he is a little bit lonely when all the kids go home in the evening. The parents from this town decided that it was too easy getting the candy at the door, so they made an obstacle course around the neighborhood. Security Officer Hubert could use your help down by the docks. Come fight 'tis new platform battle featurin' a ruckas band 'o pirates! Muddy lives in the marsh in Murb. Sasha delivers all the orders for Murb Grocery. Tory Tools has opened his shop! Those crazy penguins from Cone Crazy are back again in a new game - Flurry of Flavors. You have gotten a job as an marine photographer! The crazy crows have stolen Lucky's coins and luck. There is a large group of reindeer that want to get some delicious cookies from your Reindeer Café. Come help Dr.

11 Mathematics Resources to Try ... To start off the new year, each day this week I'll be posting a list of eleven resources to try in a particular content area. Today's list is for mathematics teachers, tomorrow's list will be for science teachers. Brain Nook is a virtual world in which students can practice their mathematics and English skills. Brain Nook provides students with a series of scenarios that they have to resolve by answering mathematics and language arts questions. The first scenario presented to me when I tried out Brain Nook required me to earn coins to buy materials for a vehicle that I would then use to explore one of the virtual worlds. Learn Your Tables is a neat little site for students to use to learn and develop multiplication skills. Ten Marks, an online mathematics tutoring service, offers a free program for teachers. Yummy Math is a website designed for the purpose of sharing mathematics problems and scenarios based on things happening in the world today.

8000+ Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering Applets Applets are very useful in mathematical explorations, so I made list of more than 8000 applets from 10 different websites and blogs below. I hope you’ll find them helpful. Analyze Math. 10 Sites to Print Different Graph Paper for Your Projects Not all printable graph paper sites are created equal, so if you're looking for a good source of free graph paper, then the following list can help. Here, you'll find a great selection of sites that have a wide selection of designs to choose from, or that actually let you design the paper using interactive online web tools. The following list includes ten of the best printable graph paper websites on the Internet. Math Bits Mathbits is deceiving, because it's one of the simplest looking websites, but offers the best variety of printable graph paper of them all. MathBits Graph Paper and Grids There is a good assortment of regular rectangular graph paper designs with different axis formatting options, but you'll also find interesting x-y coordinate paper, labeled unit circle graphs, polar graphs and even simple dot paper. Donna Young Math Paper The website Donna Young is a website of homeschooling resources, and includes a section for each subject matter area. Sets of Free Graph Paper