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Focus and Coherence in Geometric Thinking with the Mathematical Practices

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Are you looking for ways to achieve focus and coherence in geometry classes? Activities that foster geometric thinking can complement the development of mathematical practices with high school students. Join Dr. Elizabeth Jakubowski as she describes geometric habits of mind for productive thinking, shows how these align with mathematical practices, and identifies examples and resources for use in geometry lessons.
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Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Mathematics
Last aired on: Wednesday, July 6, 2016 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Addressing Learning Loss, College & Career Readiness, STEAM
Tags: DOL711, Geometry, High School, Math, math resources, mathematical practices, STEM

Reviews (22)

Full Member
Great webinar!
Basic Member
Great stuff!
Nice work
Full Member
it was extremely informative for those of us, not familiar with Geometry and needing to re enter into the realm of teaching this.
You caught my attention at the beginning with "GHOM" - Geometric Habits of Mind. I was then challenged to consider if I encourage my students to invent, create, conjecture, visualize, think, explain, and justify. As I revamp and revitalize my lessons for next semester, I will keep all of this in mind. Thank for the additional resources as well.
Full Member
Thank you for sharing!
Nice presentation, I like you Race 2 Achieve.
Full Member
Thank you.
Basic Member
Very informative. Thank you for sharing!
Basic Member
I really felt like I could use a lot of this information. Great presentation!
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