tags: latex equation writing tool
Polar coordinate system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
tags: precalc polar
Intro to Parametric Eqs
Activity from Mathematics Teacher (2006), uses position of an ant to discuss parametric eqs
tags: precalc parametric
Using football analogy for parametric equations
tags: precalc parametric football
Use parametric equations to describe the path of a hit baseball, determine whether the hit is a home run, and evaluate the importance of angles and the minimum velocity needed to hit a home run accordingly:
tags: precalc parametric baseball
ALEX Lesson Plan: JUMP!!! An Exploration into Parametric Equations
Trig Your Own Grave.avi - YouTube
tags: youtube precalc trig project
NOTORIOUS T.R.I.G. Precalc Rap - YouTube
u 2 formula - YouTube
tags: youtbue precalc trig project
Tag a picture with your voice...
tags: qwips audio web2.0
fawn nguyen: Playing with Barbies
tags: Barbie proportions
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Hello! I'm going through Math Teacher Mambo's [long!] blogroll and I'm only at the "M" mark from the bottom up too, phew. Then I find you tagged me on your weekly tags -- yeah! Thank you! I try to read up on my own blogroll weekly, and always finding new ideas. We're at the initial stages of creating electronic portfolios using Google, so I'm interested in what your kids are producing for their projects your "the results" post. Really like the livebinder that you have! Thanks so much, will definitely check back.
Fawn - You're welcome! Thanks for the ideas using the Barbies! I've done the Barbie Bungee activity in class a few times and the kids always have fun (some have a little too much fun) so I like the idea of doing the proportions with them too. I added your blog to my google reader and am looking forward to going back through it to find some other ideas! :)And don't you just love Math Teacher Mambo? Seriously.
Thanks for tagging Web Equation! I haven't seen anything quite like it. I will definitely be putting it to use!Thanks again,Rebecka
Rebecka - You're so welcome! A tech coordinator at school sent me that link and I looooved it. Now I just have to remember to use it :)Kristen