Time for some math. You either love it or hate it, but it makes the world go round. For me, math was always a struggle. I wanted to love it, but the numbers swirling in my head never seemed to straighten themselves out for the test. But maybe that’s just it–”the test.” When math is separated into columns and rows, some students struggle. This is why this week’s Learnist feature is all about math. It’s designed to showcase some of the useful web resources for math teachers as well as students. Read the full posting at Edudemic.
Jefferson Lab is an interesting source of educationally appropriate Science and Math Games.
GeoGebra offers interactive math and science lessons, tutorials and worksheets. A great resource if you’re thinking of flipping your classroom. As you work your way through the myriad resources on offer, do pay attention to the old wiki, as well as the YouTube Channel.
SpaceMath@NASA introduces students to the use of mathematics in todays scientific discoveries. Through press releases and other articles, we explore how many kinds of mathematics skills come together in exploring the universe. Learn more at the Space Math website.
The Best Math Chart Ever?
Share some real world applications of math and physics principles with your students. Read the article at Edudemic.
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