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GO4ST8Physics Our organization was developed over twenty years ago by physics teachers for persons interested in physics education in the state of Minnesota. There are no dues, just an interest in sharing ideas that can improve physics education and the persons attending the meetings. There are usually 4 meetings a year. We have had people attend who live in northern Iowa or northern Minnesota and we try to accommodate these participants by scheduling meetings from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM on Saturdays (the 2nd Saturday of odd-numbered months). It is usually easier to attend a meeting on a Saturday morning versus a weekday. An important part of the meetings is the networking that is developed. Give Your Brain A Workout! Math Games - Number Puzzles - Problem Solving advertisement Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4

Why Do Buses Come in Threes? Some people have a fear of mathematics, possibly because of the abstract teaching methods that were in use in my schooldays. I get the impression that things have changed somewhat since then, but in any case this book provides an easy to understand some of the things that happen in everyday life. The first chapter begins with numbers that occur frequently in plants, explaining why four-leafed clovers are rare. Depending on the species, plants tend to have three leaves like clovers, or five leaves like buttercups, pansies and primroses, rather than four. The chapter then describes more curiosities about numbers and ratios that occur in plants. The ninth chapter deals with the title of the book, explaining why buses that begin their journeys at evenly spaced intervals and travelling along the same route don't usually arrive at their destination at evenly spaced intervals.

Using iPads During Math Stations I am continually trying to think of ways to use the iPads in a producing or student creation way, rather than a "lets play a game" kind of way. I am also trying to be as paperless as possible this year, so using the iPads is a win, win situation. I share the 20 iPads with another teacher so in all honesty, I only have 10 during math and I usually use 4 with my guided math groups, which leaves me 6 for math stations. My students are partnered up and do 2 stations a day.

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Practical tips for a (newly) qualified maths teacher Student teachers, NQTs and experienced teachers have one thing in common - they haven't got it all figured out yet. I certainly haven't - every year I try to use my time more effectively and teach maths more effectively. Here's my top ten tips for newbies. 1.

With the free mathematics software tool Geogebra, students can create difficult geometric figures and manipulate the consequences by making slight to drastic changes in the dimensions. They can test conjectures, accurately represent proofs, and solve algebraic problems with visual support. Plus, students can save their work so they can revisit it later to repeat problems or modify as problems become more in depth. Geogebra also allows descriptive labeling. Students can label coordinates, lines, intersections, and angles with words such as “inner circle” and “outer circle,” or “interior angle” and “exterior angle,” rather than using simple variables that require a key. Teachers can use this software to create examples without dimensional limitations and then insert the examples into instructional materials as figures. by libtechchez Jan 6

With the free mathematics software tool Geogebra, students can create difficult geometric figures and manipulate the consequences by making slight to drastic changes in the dimensions. They can test conjectures, accurately represent proofs, and solve algebraic problems with visual support. Plus, students can save their work so they can revisit it later to repeat problems or modify as problems become more in depth. Geogebra also allows descriptive labeling. Students can label coordinates, lines, intersections, and angles with words such as “inner circle” and “outer circle,” or “interior angle” and “exterior angle,” rather than using simple variables that require a key. Teachers can use this software to create examples without dimensional limitations and then insert the examples into instructional materials as figures. by libtechchez Jan 6

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