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Animated Factorization Diagrams – Data Pointed

Animated Factorization Diagrams – Data Pointed

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Plan Family Vacation Webquest What if YOU were the one to choose where your family goes on vacation? What if you got to plan all activities, where to stay, and what to eat? Here's your chance! Created by Alena Zink and Betsy Cain Thinkuknow - home The CEOP Command’s Thinkuknow programme provides resources, training and support for professionals who work directly with children and young people. Our films, learning activities and other resources are developed in response to intelligence from child protection experts within the CEOP Command. They are designed to help children and young people keep themselves safe from sexual abuse and exploitation by developing skills in identifying and avoiding risk, learning how best to protect themselves and their friends, and knowing how to get support and report abuse if they do encounter difficulties. A wide range of resources for use with parents and carers are also available.

Graphing Calculator Untitled Graph Create AccountorSign In Important changes to our Terms of Service! Math Art Projects Make math meaningful with these fun projects that allow your students' creativity to shine! Post-It Note Math Integrate math and art with this collaborative project. Divide students up into groups. First, students map out their design on graph paper, creating a multiplication array.

Yet Another Way to Subtract When Alfred, a sixth-grade teacher, explained the trouble-coming method of subtraction he learned as an elementary student, he recalled that his teacher had pointed out that you didn’t “make any cross-outs” or “write those little 1s.” He said that his teacher’s tone of voice made it sound as if doing subtraction without marks of any kind had to be superior. You can decide about that. To describe the trouble-coming method for you, I made a short video (less than a minute and a half) to demonstrate with a sample problem. A warning first: You may find the video deadly dull. My husband, Jeffrey, listening to me record my explanation, wondered if perhaps I could use, well, a more conversational tone.

Map your moves Data This map distills more than 4000 moves from over 1700 people, collected in an informal survey by WNYC, a New York based public radio station. For generating the geo–coordinates from the entered ZIP codes, I used the free bulk geocoder at How to Differentiate Between Mitosis and Meiosis: 15 Steps Edit Article DefinitionsScientific Processes Edited by UmmuMusab, Eric, qam, Sushilover and 16 others Every student who has taken a biology class has come across both mitosis and meiosis. Unfortunately, there are not many textbooks that explain the differences between these two cell cycles in a brief, easy to understand manner. Are we teaching math all wrong? By Carol Lloyd As sure as one plus one equals two, it happens year after year. Kids who have been bringing home A's in chemistry and acing AP Calculus arrive at college with visions of STEM careers dancing in their heads. Then they hit an invisible, but very painful, wall. According to research from the University of California, Los Angeles, as many as 60 percent of all college students who intend to study a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) subject end up transferring out.

Wind Map An invisible, ancient source of energy surrounds us—energy that powered the first explorations of the world, and that may be a key to the future. This map shows you the delicate tracery of wind flowing over the US. The wind map is a personal art project, not associated with any company. We've done our best to make this as accurate as possible, but can't make any guarantees about the correctness of the data or our software. Please do not use the map or its data to fly a plane, sail a boat, or fight wildfires :-) If the map is missing or seems slow, we recommend the latest Chrome browser.

Reading Comprehension Worksheets "Your reading comprehension materials are the best I've found on the web. They are so thorough and comprehensive! My students and I have learned a lot from them. Thanks so much!" -- Susan B., Carter, KY. 03/21/12 Open Professionals Education Network CC licensed (BY) Flickr photo shared by David Amsler modified by Paul Stacey Reusing existing Open Educational Resources (OER) can save significant time and effort. The OPEN partners recommend TAACCCT grantees invest up-front time finding OER to reuse rather than starting development of new educational resources right away. A significant benefit of OER is that they provide source material to build your development efforts around.

10 Magical Math Puzzles Lay off of the morning math worksheets and try out some of these magical math puzzles that show students how math can be enchanting! 1. Calendar Magic 9Impress your friends with this math multiplication magic trick from Murderous Maths! Kids tell a friend to put a square around 9 numbers on a calendar ( 3 x 3 box). Then, they say they can find the sum of the 9 numbers within the square in a flash! A Problem with a Word Problem Lynne Zolli, a colleague with whom I’ve worked on different projects for many years, told me about one of her third-grade student’s complaints about this test item: There are 40 chairs and 10 tables. If each table has the same number of chairs, how many chairs will there be at each table?

Public/Private Public/Private is a game that explores the topic of privacy in our cities by focusing on where we find it. By choosing where in your city you seek privacy most often, you produce a visual graph representing those choices. Your graph is then combined with graphs generated by the rest of the global audience, creating a live data-visualization that illustrates how our experience of privacy changes at a local and global level.

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