Tag Archives: teaching geometry

Embedding the idea of functions in geometry lessons

GeoGebra is a great tool to promote a way of thinking and reasoning about shapes. It provides an environment where students can observe and describe the relationships within and among geometric shapes, analyze what changes and what stays the same when shapes are transformed, and make generalizations. When shapes or objects are transformed or moved,… Read More »

Math and Multimedia Carnival #7

Welcome to the 7th edition of Math and Multimedia blog carnival. Before we begin Carnival 7, let’s look at some of the trivias about the number seven: The Millennium Prize Problems are seven problems in mathematics that were stated by the Clay Mathematics Institute in 2000. Currently, six of the problems remain unsolved. Seven, the fourth prime number, is not… Read More »

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