Math Educ & Learning Theory
Proportional Reasoning & Games?
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NCTM Standards for Grades 6-8
- What Dr. Math Has to Say:
- Ask Dr. Math: FAQ: Doubling Pennies
- Comparing Ratios to Form a Proportion
- Definition of Ratio
- History of Ratio and Proportion
- Middle School Archive: Ratio/Proportion
- Math Tools
- Math 7: Ratio and proportion
- Ratio and proportion lesson plan
- Proportions and ratios
- Number and Operations
- understand and use ratios and proportions to represent quantitative relationships
- solve problems involving scale factors, using ratio and proportion
- Data Analysis and Probability
- use proportionality and a basic understanding of probability to make and test conjectures about the results of experiments and simulations
- Many experiences are needed to build understanding of proportional reasoning.
The fact that many aspects of our world operate according to proportional rules
makes this reasoning essential in the interpretation of real world phenomenon.
Thus, proportionality serves as a bridge to the more abstract relationships addressed in the formal study of algebra. --PBS Mathline
- All About Ratios - Cynthia Lanius
- Leonardo da Vinci Activity - Suzanne Alejandre
Questions/comments, please contact Suzanne Alejandre.
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