TRAILS and The Math Forum @ Drexel
This is a collection of pages that have been made at The Math Forum @ Drexel to use with TRAILS classes. If you have questions, please contact Suzanne Alejandre.
20 Questions! (Feedback Assignment Form)
A form for students to use to submit their responses to the assignment questions.
Responses to 20 Questions! Assignment
Suzanne's Summary, February 19
A list of selected applets for TRAILS students to critique and/or use in an assignment.
Applet List 2004
A revised list of selected applets for TRAILS students to critique and/or use in an assignment.
Cataloging TRAILS Projects in Math Tools
An overview of what types of TRAILS projects can be cataloged in Math Tools.
Difficult Concepts List
A developing list of math concepts that primary, intermediate, and middle school students find difficult to comprehend.
Math Topics List
A list of math topics to use while answering the assignment questions.
The Pedagogical Guide's Role
An introduction by Suzanne Alejandre.
A list of Everyday Mathematics, Math in Context, and Math Forum resources.
Suzanne's Comments about Stanford Spring 2004 Projects
Possible places on the Math Forum site where student projects can be added.
Teacher Feedback course
The draft of a course that may be used with teachers providing feedback to students in TRAILS classes.
Teacher Feedback Process
Explanation to CU Boulder students about how the teacher feedback process has been planned for their projects.
TRAILS Projects Cataloged in Math Tools
This is a list of the TRAILS projects that have been cataloged in Math Tools.
Writing a tPoW
Guidelines to use in designing math prompts/problems.
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