In this video, students will learn a way to visualize fraction multiplication.
Dividing by fractions is counter-intuitive and confusing. We'll use several animations and sketches to develop students' conceptual understanding of this operation.
Students will experiment with sticky notes to find the area of a circle and, along the way, discover pi!
Let students discover the relationship between diameter and circumference by exploring some famous circles.
Here are a set of math games that are perfect for teaching students to create abstract algorithms using their intuition.
Sure, the world's fastest mile time is interesting, but how do we build a math project around it? In this video, we'll take math data and dig out intriguing conflict that points towards an awesome project.
What would happen if we didn't have the numeral 9? What if we only had 0 and 1? What if we have sixty numerals, like the ancient Babylonians!?
Solve the "I just get it!" battle by increasing complexity in math, forcing students to learn those steps!
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