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Linear Equations

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Clinton Paris

on 21 January 2015

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Transcript of Linear Equations

"Never assume what a child already knows."
Outside the Classroom
Talented
Linear Equations
Solve & Graph
Solve & Graph
Deeper Thinking
Deeper Thinking
Simulation
Simulation: Recreation of an event to allows students to experience the issue directly.
High School Students studying Statistics
Discover the meaning of Expected Value through simulation.
Simulation is normally engaging and allows for learning through discovery associated with the activity.
Engaging, Highly Interactive, is a catalyst for ownership of the lesson by students.
Students may lose focus, some instructors may not be comfortable with allowing students to go through the exercise and discovery process.
Quiz
Time!
Think, Pair, Share
Educational Approaches
Think, Pair, Share: Students think individually, then pair (discuss with partner), then share ideas with class.
High School Students studying Statistics
Explain what random means mathematically, and how this relates to the mean of a distribution.
Allows students to communicate and exchange mathematical ideas and gain insight into their specific level of understanding.
Peer focused, students can scaffold one another and collaborate to gain a better understanding of the concepts.
Students can get off-task, may not have full understanding even after collaboration, a bit more demanding on the instructor to guide discussions
Enrichment
- Providing specific material in a topic of interest.
Provide “additional levels of depth” for the student to discover, while still working within a guided framework.
Include hooks to tangential material to provide increased relevance and “big picture” connections.
with Mr. Paris
Internships and Mentoring Programs
Special Courses (Workshops, cultural venues, etc.)
Junior Great Books (Classics, Philosophy, etc.)
Summer Programs
International Experiences
Often talented kids get ignored for their skills
Kids do not like to pursue their talents for fear of being ostracized
“The liberal arts degree programs
have not grown because many students
are looking for majors that are
well-defined” Hays Daily News
Often talented kids get ignored for their skills
Kids do not like to pursue their talents for fear of being ostracized
“The liberal arts degree programs
have not grown because many students
are looking for majors that are
well-defined” Hays Daily News
Talented
Low Income
Less likely to pursue talented skills than students from higher income families
Harmony Project: Music
Fabian Barnes: Dance
Wallace Foundation: Art,

Many girls are pushed, by society and even family, away from STEM classes
Boys are pressured to follow the “boy code”
POP QUIZ!
Math
Art
What is the complementary
color to yellow?
Art
A. 1x + 2y = 5
B. 1x + 0y = 5
Graph This!
How did the differences in
equations affect the graph?
A. x = -2
B. x = 3
What will the graph
x=0 look like?
How are these graphs
different from before?
A. 2x + 1y = 2
B. 0x + 1y = 2
Point: (0,c) Line:
y=c
Does the line pass through the point?
How many other lines through point?
CAGE TIME!!!
CAGE TIME!!!
ax + by = c
if a=0...
if b=0...
Standard Form
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