Friday, October 20, 2017

Math Links for Week Ending Oct. 20th, 2017

I realize it's early to think about OAME 2018 but if you are interested in presenting, then you only have a couple more weeks before the deadline for proposals will have passed. If you have an idea for something you want to present then make a submission and we will see you next May in Toronto.
Curriculum Tags: All

Any time you have a physical card sort, I'm in. In this case @MissCalcul8 shares a complete lesson on angle of elevation and depression problems for trig. There are INB templates, IWB files and of course the card sort template (among other things.
Curriculum Tags: MPM2D, MFM2P, MCF3M, MCR3U, MBF3C

How many women do you follow on Twitter? If you are teaching Data Management and speaking about gender equity or bias you might want to collect some data about followers and who are being followed on Twitter. Check this post out which includes a link to a little app that tries to figure out what percentage of your followers and those you are following are men, women and gender binary. Check the @lovestats post out below.
Curriculum Tags: MDM4U, MBF3C

Thanks to @davelanovas for reminding me of this video that immediately makes y
ou think of the importance of collecting like terms. See the rest his day to day posts on teaching his grade 9 academic class at the link below:
Curriculum Tags: MPM1D, MFM1P

Let's keep adding to the "only geniuses get this" images on Facebook. They are pretty friendly for kids to solve instead of standard algebra questions.
Curriculum Tags: Gr7, Gr8, MPM1D, MFM1P

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