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170 threads found:
- Writing Quadratic Equations
Teaching Algebra I students how to find a quadratic equation when given its graph. - Date of thread's last activity: 8 November 2014 - Explaining concept -x=2 is equal to x=-2
Suggestions for helping students understand that if -x=2, then x=-2. - Date of thread's last activity: 29 January 2010 - 7th Pre-Algebra projects
Creative ways for students to communicate and demonstrate their learning in a format that can be displayed. - Date of thread's last activity: 14 April 2010 - Writing algebraic expressions from verbal phrases
Suggestions for helping students understand the algebraic notation we use to represent differences expressed verbally. - Date of thread's last activity: 7 December 2008 - What kind of material should I be teaching?
Suggestions for helping a student prepare for algebra. - Date of thread's last activity: 11 July 2008 - Applications of Percents
Suggestions for a visual approach to teaching applications of percentages to increase student understanding and retention. - Date of thread's last activity: 24 March 2011 - Fraction notation in algebra 1
Fostering understanding among colleagues regarding fraction notation in algebra. - Date of thread's last activity: 31 December 2009 - Developing understanding in high school math
Suggestions for developing understanding of high school math, beyond rote memorization. - Date of thread's last activity: 3 June 2008 - Making algebra concrete
Using rich problems and technology to help middle school algebra students bridge from the concrete to the abstract. - Date of thread's last activity: 20 December 2008 - Integers
Suggestions for helping students understand multiplication and division with negative integers. - Date of thread's last activity: 17 January 2008
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