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Linear Algebra Lesson Presentation

for final project in EDU 5375 at CU Spring 2010
by

Peter Welter

on 6 May 2010

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Transcript of Linear Algebra Lesson Presentation

Day: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Assessment
& NCTM Textbook Field Guide Philosophy Predictions
(Linear Equations) Construct, analyze and present a prediction of the your own choosing given a raw set of data.
NCTM (11,12,13,16,19,21) Graph Sketching Anti(-Anti)-Set altitude vs. time:
Snowboarder
riding off cliff What if Computing advances were linear?
What if Auto advances were exponential? Anti-Set Ratio Problem Rate Problem
y = 60x
What is the answer? Project Fair Assessments
- last few concepts
- retests Project Work Day Closure Closure Prediction Prezi
Unit Outline In The
Wild y=2^x In The
Lab Tools X Identify Using Table
X Identify Using Graph
X Graphing Calculators
Exponents
Exponential Functions
Logarithms
Student Notebook for
Relationships:
* Linear
* Quadratic
* Periodic
*Unclassified
*Exponential...etc. Next: Probability
and Statistics Making predictions
in an uncertain world Intrinsic Motivation How would we teach if students weren't
REQUIRED
to attend our class? (60mph - how long to go 210 miles) something more fun than:
($50 to feed 10 students, cost to feed 125) Closure Debrief on exploration
Introduce slope-intercept
vocabulary Correlation Regression The End. distance to destination vs. time:
car ride to Spring Trip Motivating the Need Exploring Numeric
Relationships Connecting and Exploring the Formal Mastering the Tools Putting It All Together Tools For The Messy Standards-Based
Assessments Project
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