This unit, designed for grades 6-8, uses pattern recognition and visualization to introduce linear equations and graphing. Appropriate for an introduction or review.
Do you hate memorizing the unit circle? Turns out, it doesn't have to be memorized if it can be understood. This video was produced to support students who are frustrated by their lack of understanding of what and how the unit circle came to be.
An investigation into the mathematical "fairness" of our democratic systems appropriate for all levels of high school. Students explore representation, apportionment, districting, and the electoral college.
An investigation into the unique counting system of the Mayans. Using the known hindu-arabic value of a few Mayan numbers, students discover how Mayans counted. This lesson helps students explore place-value and ultimately allows students to create their own number system.
This lesson looks at algebraic concepts by using classic "scales" and symbols, concluding with a more formal look at solving algebraic equations.
In this investigation, students explore prime factors, exponents, and exponential form. The purpose of this investigation is to provide students with an opportunity to work on multiplication and numeracy.
This video series was created to offer students grades 3-6 a fun and engaging way to explore math and logic puzzles while in quarantine. Created in Spring 2020.
2-page flyer to provide information and resources for educators hoping to beter understand identity in the classroom. Designed as a final project for Dr. Umaña-Taylor, Director of AERID Lab (Adolescent Ethnic Racial Identity Development) at Harvard Graduate School of Education.