Designed by Jessica Chase Created for Foundations of American Education and Educational Psychology Fall 2011 Grad Project.

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Designed by Jessica Chase Created for Foundations of American Education and Educational Psychology Fall 2011 Grad Project

 When teaching the Pythagorean Theorem use ribbon or string to demonstrate the side lengths and shape of the triangle.  Use buttons or other crafty items to demonstrate commutative properties of addition and multiplication.

 Use arm motions to help students see and remember graph shapes and equations.  Walk though number lines and rise and run of graphing.  Make your students human examples so that they can see the math in front of them.

 Sine, Cosine and Tangent : › Silly Old Hitler: Sine = Opposite/Hypotenuse › Caused Awful Headaches: Cosine = Adjacent/ Hypotenuse › To Our Airmen: Tangent = Opposite/Adjacent  Order of Operations : › PEMDAS: Please excuse my dear aunt Sally: Parenthesis, exponents, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction.

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