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Searching... Grade Levels Domains Choose a Domain... Choose a Domain...NF: Number and Operations-FractionsMD: Measurement and DataNBT: Number and Operations in Base TenEE: Expressions and EquationsG: GeometryNS: The Number SystemOA: Operations and Algebraic ThinkingA-REI: Algebra-Reasoning with Equations and InequalitiesRP: Ratios and Proportional RelationshipsF-IF: Functions-Interpreting FunctionsA-CED: Algebra-Creating EquationsSP: Statistics and ProbabilityS-ID: Statistics and Probability-Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative DataA-APR: Algebra-Arithmetic with Polynomials and Rational ExpressionsG-SRT: Geometry-Similarity, Right Triangles, and TrigonometryS-CP: Statistics and Probability-Conditional Probability and the Rules Of ProbabilityA-SSE: Algebra-Seeing Structure in ExpressionsS-IC: Statistics and Probability-Making Inferences and Justifying ConclusionsF: FunctionsF-TF: Functions-Trigonometric Functions Standards Choose a Standard...

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Three Acts Of A Mathematical Story 2016 Aug 6. Here is video of this task structure implemented with elementary students. 2013 May 14. Here’s a brief series on how to teach with three-act math tasks. It includes video. 2013 Apr 12. Math and the Movies Main Page Movie Clips in the Mathematics Classroom Many of the students in today’s secondary (and college) classrooms grew up watching attention-grabbing, action-packed educational programs. These students now spend more hours in front of a video screen than they do reading books. No wonder students may find traditional mathematics education to be dull and boring. So, what can mathematics educators do to compete in this exciting and captivating world of technology? The answer seems to be simple: embrace technology in the classroom.

Ride the Line...A Game for Parallel & Perpendicular Last week we were investigating linear particular what parallel and perpendicular lines look like as equations, not just graphs. When you do all the graphing by hand or even on a handheld graphing calculator, this is pretty slow. Also the Common Core calls upon us to provide more discussion oriented kinds of learning designs....we're incorporate a bunch of the mathematical practices here---reason abstractly, construct viable arguments and accept feedback, model and use tools to investigate math ideas. I'd say that this is a CCSS home run. I tried a different learning technique, so in honor of #msSunFun this is my game contribution.

Math Snacks - Number Rights Whole numbers are no better than any others! Practice plotting values on the number line as a passionate activist rises up and demands equity for all numbers, including fractions and decimals. Number Rights includes Learner's Guide | Teacher's Guide | Teaching With | Comic Transcript Whole numbers are no better than any others! Phil Daro: Mathematics Common Core Standards More SERP math stuff Against Answer-getting Planning Chapters, Not Lessons Math Teaching Videos Math Teaching VideosEach math problem comes with a step by step video solution, follow up problems, an online calculator and sketch pad. advertisement Jenn's Fish Tank Weighing Oranges The Boston Marathon Percent, Ratio and Probability Word Problems

Formative Assessment Lessons (beta) Read more about the purpose of the MAP Classroom Challenges… Mathematical goals This lesson unit is intended to help students to: Add and subtract directed numbers (positive, negative and zero) with understanding.Address common misconceptions about the addition and subtraction of directed numbers.Explain their reasoning using diagrams. Introduction

Introduction to Functions There are many algebra books that have many ways of defining a function. Chances are if you look at four different books you would find at least two different explanations of a function. Does this mean some explanations are right and others are wrong or that there are numerous definitions for a function? Not really. The definition of a function never changes, but the way teachers and textbooks explain that definition take on many forms. We’re going to look at functions in the following way. Math Snacks - Pearl Diver Learn the number line while diving for pearls amidst shipwrecks and sunken ruins. Perfect for grades 3-8 and other fun-loving seafarers. Play here, or download Pearl Diver App for your iPhone/iPod or iPad <a href=" width="160" height="41" alt="Get Flash Player" src="media/img/pearldiver/getFlashPlayer.gif"><br /><span class="caption">Get Adobe Flash Player to view Pearl Diver.</span></a>

Free fraction videos online Enjoy free online math videos on these fraction topics: (Fraction videos, part 2, are on this page.) The videos are recorded in high-density (HD) and are viewable both here as well as at my Youtube channel. These videos are usable for students, teachers, and parents. You can use them...

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