**1. Get to know your students as individuals**- There are several effective ways to get to know your students :

*Student Interest Surveys- Ask students what they like…

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If you are interested in designing roller coasters then pursuing a career as a Roller Coaster Engineer is the path to take.

What does math have to do with roller coasters?…

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In my opinion, this would be a great way to motivate a lesson (real world application) and get your students interested about learning how to find surface area. The above photo was taken in 2005 as part of a publicity stunt by who some may call the "marketing genius": Dubai. It was on the top of the…

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Not Another Boring Lecture on Teaching Expressions and Equations

I'm always trying to come up with different ways to approach any concept of math to make the lesson fun and exciting. I want my students to grasp the concept and at the same time walk away saying "Wow, I really enjoyed the lesson today Ms. Collins." I don't mind going above and beyond for students who are willing to learn. With that being said, I will spend…

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This is one of the most famous YouTube channels for the subject of math- the Khan Academy. Founded by Salman Khan in 2006, the Khan Academy lives by its commitment: “providing high quality education for everyone and anyone.” This channel has over 300 videos that can help you learn…

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I spent a good two weeks trying to teach proportions to my lower level students and to no avail they did not master the concept until they played this fun proper proportion game that I found over at…

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Math Misconceptions from Misunderstanding to Deep Understanding

Constructivist learning theory- Makes the assumption that students apply previously learned knowledge to new concepts learned no matter how…

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We have compiled a list of 20 really cool math games. It's hard to say which games are the best because everyone is different. However, we've all got something in common...we like to play games and stuff other people like, we usually like as well. I hope you find the following games enjoyable as much as my…

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Mnemonic devices for Math instruction is an excellent strategy for teachers who want to help their students recall important facts. I have compiled a list of ten top mnemonic devices to use with your students. However, an interesting and fun exercise is to have your students try to come up with their own mnemonic devices for topics throughout the year.

Fun Facts:

The word **mnemonic…**

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I found this fun activity on Teachers Pay Teachers to reinforce adding and subtracting integers and my students absolutely loved the game and couldn't get enough of it. If it weren't for time limits, I promise you they would have played this game all day. The name of the game is Integer Showdown. It's an Integer…

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I will admit , at first, I didn't think incorporating "Brainstorming" in my math classroom would benefit my students...boy was I wrong. The first day I incorporated "Brainstorming" in my classroom I was amazed at how…

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My Math Done is another excellent website providing homework help to students struggling with math. My Math Done can solve math problems of any difficulty and they will answer your questions at the time you specify and…

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Ted Panitz

I have tried a number of things that have a very positive impact upon my students.

1. I send my students a letter prior to class describing the cooperative nature of the class and my expectations. I ask them to write a math autobiography, get the text, read chapter 1 and work out as many problems…

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The Mathematics could be a fascinating topic. Once children start liking it, the probability are they are going to spend some hours solving math lot problems on their own. They would easily; more enjoy mathematics as well as try to learn more about arithmetic as well as algebra. Watching your children receiving better in mathematics could be a worthwhile knowledge. After that, math is needed to excel in any good respected professions. If your kid is good in math then he could be choose to…

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*How to write your best essay for your homework*

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Whatever the essay you have been asked to write, the key to making it as effective as it can be is to write it as a well structured and well-supported argument. You will find that an ‘argument’ essay is easier to plan, more fulfilling to write and for your teacher (or the examiner). A pleasure to mark (and that’s no bad thing!!).

It’s important to get one thing out of the way at…

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The following activity is a Guided Tour which is intended to answer this question. Its purpose is to guide the users through a series of activities that will familiarize them with integers, the rules and some real life applications. In doing so, the users begin their exploration of…

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Question: Why is this a mathematical limerick?

( (12 + 144 + 20 + 3 Sqrt[4]) / 7 ) + 5*11 = 9^{2} + 0 .

Answer:

A dozen, a gross, and a score,

plus three times the square root of four, divided by seven, plus five times eleven, is nine squared and not a bit more.

---Jon Saxton (math textbook author)

**Presentation Suggestions:**

Challenge students to invent their own math limerick!

**The Math Behind the Fact:**

It is fun to mix mathematics with poetry.

**Resources:**

Su, Francis E., et al. "Math Limerick." Math Fun Facts.

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