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Geometry Project that combines Geometry with Selfies…SELFIEOMETRY Looking for a way to assess or reinforce what your High School Geometry students have learned? This great project combines Geometry with the pop culture craze of “The Selfie!” It assesses the student's ability to apply Geometry concep

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This is a series of presentations that show how to find the surface area of prisms, pyramids and cylinders by finding the areas of the different faces on the shape and adding them together.
In each animation, the faces of the shape each light up individually and are listed on the screen. After giv

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This is a Jeopardy game designed to be a review quadrilaterals and polygons. It covers polygons, parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles, squares, and trapezoids. It will take at least one full period to complete. This file includes the entire game in an interactive PowerPoint presentation. The categ

You can ask Siri on an iPhone “What planes are flying over me?” and she will tell you exactly that. But exactly how far out of a radius does Siri report planes? This activity will help you and your students use trigonometry and angles of elevation and depression find out! Applications include the

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This MIMIO (.ink) file has 5 interactive, self-checking pages for finding the degree of internal angles. This is perfect for whole group or small group tutorials.
Students must find the degree of the internal angles and sort them into the appropriate column. Great practice for test taking or just

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Students will use the GeoGebra Google App (found in the Chrome App Store and free for all) to complete an investigation into the properties of isosceles triangles.

A web investigation into multiple ways to find the circumcenter of a triangle. Students will need a device and Internet access to complete this investigation.
This investigation uses the GeoGebra app from the Chrome Store, a YouTube Video, computation by hand, and online geometry dictionaries to l

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This Anytime Activity is designed to complement the classic musical composition “Dot and a Line: A Romance of Lower Mathematics” that was created in 1965. Questions keep students accountable to paying attention the the narration. At the end there are questions such as “Relate the romantic story of

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This short video is here for you to use as a FREE resource to show your students how math is used outside the classroom and more specifically in the world of sports.
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The video highlights Angela Hucles, an extraordinary pr

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A video explaining the construction of angle bisectors and the incenter of triangles.

A video explaining and demonstrating the construction of altitudes and the orthocenter of a triangle.

This is a notebook file for use with a Smart Board. This chapter covers some logical reasoning, along with some angle relationships.

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This activity uses GSP (Geometer's Sketch Pad) to create an animated kaleidoscope. The step-by-step directions are easy to follow.
My students really enjoy this activity and many construct animations on their own.

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This chapter covers the basic trigonometric functions, and their applications. I have only covered the first 3 sections out of the chapter.

This file covers proportions and polygon similarity. If you have any questions please let me know.

This Jeopardy game is a Powerpoint. iPads or computers are required for the students to use the app Geogebra to create and display transformations of geometric figures. The answers to each question are images of the answers using Geogebra. This is a great activity for an iPad class. This is also a

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5 Step-by-step activities which will guide students through an introduction to basic GSP skills and then generating a parabola and an ellipse through geometry.

5 step-by-step sequences to guide students through the basics of GSP, triangles and medians, circum- and ortho- centers, the 9 point circle, and the Euler line.
Students do not need prior experience with GSP.

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These QR Codes and URLs point to YouTube Videos whose topic is PI. Each of these QR Codes was created using the website http://www.qrstuff.com/.
They have been tested using both an iPad and an Android phone (using bar code scanning apps)
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Engage your students every step of the way with this fantastic Canva inspired Project Passion Project. This project makes the very important connection between math and the passions of your students. Discover how math is all around you, by engaging students with this fantastic project. Volume of cyl

This is a Geometer Sketchpad (GSP) Investigation oriented around GSP 4.06, but can be used in other versions of GSP, involving the Triangle Sum Theorem and the Exterior Angle Theorem. This lessons provides step by step instructions but students should be somewhat familiar with the program.

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This game was modeled after the Parker Brother's Clue Game. The game deals with topics related to right triangles such as the pythagorean theorem and its converse, special right triangles, geometric mean, and trigonometry. This game is intended for students to work on individually using the compu

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