How can math magic surprise an audience? What is the apersonalitya of decimals and fractions? What is the best order to teach integer operations? What is the afence lawa? Can we have two cosine laws? How can two words help us study trigonometry? What function equals its inverse? These and many more topics are thoroughly explored in this book. Follow Dr. C as he takes you on a journey filled with unique cases and entertaining stories. Each of the 100 sections focuses on a different topic and introduces readers to an entirely new way of learning smart mathematics. This book represents the authoras life-long teaching experience in three countries through which he developed his trademark style of conveying complex concepts with ease. The book is written in two parts and closely follows math curriculum widely used in the US and Canada. Part 1 covers material from grade 1 to 8. Part 2 is developed for high school and up. Teachers teaching any grade can find it a useful tool while students will appreciate its light-hearted but insightful delivery as a reference.Nevertheless some students still like the way with subtraction. Their reason is that when we do ordinary division (a number divided by another number, such as ), we use subtraction step by step. Jessica asks: aquot;Now that when we do division we anbsp;...
|Title||:||100 Smart Ways to Teach Mathematics|
|Author||:||Chong An Chang|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2012-02-18|