Math Educ & Learning Theory
Proportional Reasoning & Games?
Flash Intro Project
Flash Math Project
Post Mortem 1
Final Math Project
Math & Learning Theory
topics for Final Project
Educational Game Design
EDUC475, DGIM465, and CS480
Math Education and Learning Theory Resources
- Principles & Standards for School Mathematics
- Listed by grade band from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) website. View by strand:
Number and Operations
Data Analysis and Probability
- These are examples of interactive activities that NCTM lists to help students understand the math concepts addressed in the five strands. Think about the specific mathematical topics for each. Select one to think about with the students at your table and how it might be presented in a game.
- E-Examples and the NCTM Illuminations Site
Number and Operations:
Playing Fraction Track
Understanding Distance, Speed, and Time Relationships
Pan Balance - Expressions
Data Analysis and Probability:
Comparing Properties of the Mean and the Median
Line of Best Fit
- Learning Theory Resources
- Funderstanding: About Learning
- This page gives an overview of 12 different theories on how people learn.
- New Horizons for Learning: Multiple Intelligence Theory in the Classroom
- Leslie Owen Wilson's article, Why teachers are drawn to using
Multiple Intelligence Theory in their classrooms, explains her views on why multiple intelligence theory is a big attraction to teachers.
- Theory Into Practice
- Greg Kearsley's Theory Into Practice (TIP) site is a tool intended to make learning and instructional theory more accessible to educators. The database contains brief summaries of 50 major theories of learning and instruction. These theories can also be accessed by learning domains and concepts.
- Learning Theory - Models, Product, and Process
- Mark K. Smith writes about: What is learning? Is it a change in behaviour or understanding? Is it a process? Here we survey some common models.
Questions/comments, please contact Suzanne Alejandre.
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