Presentation on theme: "Designed by Jessica Chase Created for Foundations of American Education and Educational Psychology Fall 2011 Grad Project."— Presentation transcript:
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.