A perfect resource for high school mathematics teachers, this book helps them develop or refine their own teaching philosophy. Theyall learn how to create a supportive classroom environment in which their students think together, take intellectual risks, and debate ideas. Theyall gain a better understanding about the importance of cooperative learning strategies through immersion. And theyall engage in logic and reasoning. Puzzles and activities are presented to bring the material to life as well. All of this will help high school mathematics bring the excitement of the subject into the classroom.Problem. Investigate the graphical and symbolic representations of the motion of a ball rolling up and down a ramp through the following experiment. chair 1. Prop one end of a piece of rain gutter on the seat of a chair, creating a ramp. ... Run the program RANGER on a graphing calculator connected to a CBR to collect data while the ball is rolling up and then ... TEACHING AND LEARNING HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS # 2010 John Wiley aamp; Sons, Inc. E1UNIT03_1 09/14/ 2009 208.
|Title||:||Teaching and Learning High School Mathematics|
|Author||:||Charlene E. Beckmann, Denisse Rubilee Thompson, Rheta N. Rubenstein|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-11-02|