Raw data can be very overwhelming to analyze, but Measures of Variation can quickly bring meaning to the data. Let’s see how we can apply measures of variation to basketball.
First, we will collect some raw data on a variety of actions. Then, we
Students work with a partner to practice adding polynomials of geometric figures. The twist, however, is that the activity requires students to partner up to combine their respective half of the cartoon character SpongeBob in order to add up his
The Unit Differentiation Matrix resource is a planning document to help reflect on and identify ways your unit plan is meeting the needs of your students in regard to both Gardner's Multiple Intelligences and the Revised Bloom's
Students work with a partner to practice using the laws of exponents. After collaborating with one student and applying the product law, quotient law, and power of a power law with their monomial cards, students move around the classroom to find
First, take an old embarrassing photo of yourself and blow it up to be poster size using the free site http://www.blockposters.com. The more embarrassing the photo, the better! Then, cut the poster into 64 equal pieces (or however many you feel