Using images from GoogleTM Earth, students cross both mathematical and geographic boundaries while learning about map scale and proportional reasoning.
Martin C. Roberge and Linda L. Cooper
Linda L. Cooper and Martin C. Roberge
Let's go wading! Students connect fundamental mathematics concepts in this real-world, problem-solving field experience.
Linda L. Cooper and Ming C. Tomayko
Exploring ancient numbers helps students focus on the structure and properties of our Hindu-Arabic system.
Linda L. Cooper, Sandy M. Spitzer and Ming C. Tomayko
Students discover why certain regular polygons tessellate and how M. C. Escher translated and rotated modifications of polygons to create tessellations.
Felice S. Shore and Linda L. Cooper
The 2008 presidential election is a great backdrop for analyzing graphs, learning about population distributions, and studying the effect on the electoral voting process.