Here’s eight links I’ve stumbled upon in past month. Hopefully a few might prove useful to you and your classroom:
- A great treasure hunt powered by math.
- FutilityCloset.com posts some interesting chess puzzles. Here’s a simple one to get started (and here’s the solution).
- A database of enrichment ideas from University of Connecticut.
- How to use tests to benefit student learning.
- Lists of reading resources for gifted kids and educators, from HoagiesGifted.org.
- Dan Meyer uses an Orbeez commercial to investigate volume.
- A math and physics lesson based off video of a car’s dashboard.
- A paper on differentiation (pdf) detailing eight practical ways to differentiate.
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