This Hub is about teaching Middle School Math through the use of a hands-on activity. The topic being taught here is the pythagorean theorem and the hands-on activities are the Superbowl (buying an HDTV and TV stand) and the Baseball World Series (the baseball diamond).
This Hub is about teaching Middle School Math through the use of a hands-on extra credit cartoon activity. The topic being taught here is budgeting and the hands-on activity is using the cartoon of Cathy from an NCTM article series.
The math workshop model is an interactive method for teaching mathematics. The structure, ideas to get started, and how math workshop impacts students are included.
How to convert in the Metric system using the Metric Staircase as a visual example to help you go from mili all the way to Kilo.
A collection of ideas for teaching maths in a fun, hands-on way.
Activities to help children understand larger numbers. How can we comprehend numbers in the millions, billions and beyond? Fun, hands-on lessons in place value and quantities in the billions...
Here you will learn all the basics of fractions. You will find help on converting between improper and mixed numbers, adding fractions, subtracting fractions, multiplying fractions, dividing fractions, equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions.
Needing a fun way to teach absolute value to your middle schooler? Take a look at this lesson plan using football and a life size number line!
Prepare for your engineering board exam by learning the different calculator techniques in Mathematics. Master the calculator techniques and surely, you'll do good in your engineering board exam.
Practical and real life applications for geometric sequences.