This is the current installment of the monthly series “Game Theory in the News.” My hope is to highlight stories that can be used as case studies in the classroom, both so students can see how to apply game theory and so teachers can make class material easier to relate to. You can get these […]
In this short activity, students learn the meaning and history of Labor Day as they look for patterns emerging from the Labor Day dates over more than past years. Students then use those observed patterns to predict future dates of…Read more →
Tonight, as I am packing the last few items in the duffels that will accompany my daughter to college tomorrow, I remember each “first day” of her progression from kindergarten through 12th grade. The rites of back-to-school were always the same; trips to the uniform store convincing her that polyester skorts with elasticized waists were […]
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In the model you can change the number of dots and the deviation too. If you set the “type demo” to dynamic it will make possible to analyse how the wave-pattern changes when deviation grows.
Base Ten Blocks Make Advanced Algebra Child's Play. For those of you wondering if the work I do with younger kids makes a difference when they are older...that picture was taken with some very young students (8 and 9 years) who at the time were learning much more about 8 + 8 and 8 x 8, and that 64 is square, than they were about algebra. This post will eventually be on one of the password protected pages (Advanced Algebra) but you are getting these videos here for FREE. Eventually, this post […]