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- These past couple weeks in C I 201 Lab have been dedicated to looking at different math and technology applications and looking at how effective they can be in the classroom and where we could potential fit them in within our own classrooms someday. During the first week, we focused on Scratch and Scratch Jr., which are coding applications for student. Jr., focusing on younger aged students, which tended to have simpler steps, while Scratch, was for older students in the elementary aged setting.... [tags: Education, Student, University, Learning]

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- I was anxious about teaching a math lesson, as this is a subject where I feel the least confident. However, my cooperating teacher was helpful in guiding me toward planning a lesson that would be impactful for the students and that would allow me to experience some success. I think that part of my nervousness stemmed from having to also video myself teaching. I believed that I would be focused on the camera the entire lesson and that this would add to my nerves. What transpired, however, was that I forgot the camera was recording as soon as I started to teach the second-grade students.... [tags: Education, Teacher, Camera, Subtraction]

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- Part A 1. My dog learned to stay in our yard and not run out in the road through the process of negative reinforcement. We had an electronic tool that would send out a sound that is unpleasant to dogs if he passed the perimeter of the restricted area. Upon returning within the perimeter of the yard, the noise stops. Because the noise being removed increased my dog’s behavior of remaining within our yard, this behavior was learned through negative reinforcement. 2. I learned how to properly study for math courses in my pre-calculus class in high school through the process of intermittent reinforcement.... [tags: Reinforcement, Operant conditioning, Punishment]

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- Coming from a math background, reading was never a subject that I was enthusiastic about teaching. However, I realized that my attitude towards a subject greatly impacted my young learners. For the past few years, I made it my mission to become a better reading teacher. I attended as many professional developments that targeted reading instruction as possible. I took the curriculum home over the summer and met with my co-teacher to reflect on which lessons went well and which were challenging. We then made a curriculum map reorganizing the reading lessons in a way that was more developmentally appropriate.... [tags: Education, Teacher, Reading, Reading]

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- The math and verbal sections are scored on an 800 point scale, with a total possible score of 1,600 points. In 2005, the College Board released a new test which added a writing section, bringing the total possible score of the test up to 2,400 points. Student scores on the writing portion of the test were not included in this case study. This was done first for the sake of continuity; since writing scores did not exist when NCLB was implemented, it would be impossible to gauge the impact of NCLB on these scores.... [tags: High school, Education in the United States, SAT]

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- Speak Up Speak Kindly Cards 3.3 You think that you got the best grade on the math test. Is it okay to say that you did something better than someone else. Your friend has been using the magnifying glass for a long time in the science center, and you want to use it to look at some fossils. Is it okay to say that you want someone to share or that you want something. Your friend asks you to help him with a math problem, but you have to finish your reading and don’t have enough time. Is it okay to say no to someone if you aren’t able do something.... [tags: Problem solving, Problem, Psychology]

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- Introduction to Trigonometry in daily life Trigonometry is one of the branches of mathematical and geometrical reasoning that studies the triangles, particularly right triangles The scientific applications of the concepts are trigonometry in the subject math we study the surface of little daily life application. The trigonometry will relate to daily life activities. Let’s explore areas this science finds use in our daily activities and how we use to resolve the problem. Usages in daily life Trigonometry and vector in math to deal with progress through water/air currents.... [tags: Math ]

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- I remember a time in high school, the teacher assigned everyone in class to a group to work out math problems for extra credit. The group with the correct answers will use the points to go towards any assignment, test, quiz etc. I cannot recall what grade I was in or how old I was I just remember that It was high school. Anyways, the teacher gave us the problems and we proceeded to solve them. Every person in my group including me wanted those bonus points desperately. After we were done finding the answers, we all shared the answers we had and when it was my turn to show my answer I was almost afraid to share.... [tags: Mind, Thought, Psychology, Peer group]

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- I 've done the math. I 've rechecked my numbers. I 've even used my trusty slide-rule and I come up with the same answer - how complicated a man 's coffeehouse drink is, is in direct correlation to the size of his ego. The bigger the order - the bigger the ego. ... In a rare early morning coffee house line up this morning I found myself standing in line with all the other need-a-caffeine-fix losers. They are a jumpy lot; looking at their watches and patting down their out-of-the-shower comb-tracked hair.... [tags: Coffee, Espresso, Starbucks, Coffeehouse]

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- Why is Math Important. Math is a requirement in almost all schools. People learn math from the time they start school to the time they finish college. Math gets tougher and tougher as they pass through the years. It goes from 2+2= 4 when they are in kindergarten/1st grade to f(x)= 4x+8y>xy when they are in college. It is important because math can be used in the world in many ways from architecture to little things like the configuration of softball scores. Math may be deprecated by the general population, and the general concept of math may lie hidden from many students, but nevertheless, math is the foundation of the modern world.... [tags: Mathematics, Problem solving, Calculation, World]

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- Math is everywhere and yet, we may not recognize it because it doesn 't look like the math we did in school. Math in the world around us sometimes seems invisible, but math is present in our world all the time in our workplace, in our homes, and in life in general. According to the movie “Donald in Mathematic Land” different areas in which mathematics appeals are music, architecture and games. The complete reason that the music exists on this earth is because of math. Every music on this earth is created by using mathematical logics.... [tags: Mathematics, Calculation, Logic]

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- Helen Keller was once quoted as saying “Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.” This is the problem that students with special needs face everyday as they encounter many challenges. Math has typically been one of the more difficult areas for a student with special needs to master. Often one of the main problems associated with a disability has to do with math, such is the case for a child with a Learning Disability who will have imperfect abilities in many areas, including math.... [tags: learning disability, general educators]

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- 'Complete certainty,' what exactly does that mean. It seems to imply that we are able to know something without doubtfulness. In fact, it seems to be saying that it is a justified true belief. But what makes a 'complete certainty' 'complete' and 'certain.' To understand this we must first understand and grasp what the two areas of knowledge of mathematics and the natural sciences say they accomplish this goal. We must first understand what makes something a complete certainty to the scientists and mathematicians that study in these subjects and how the people, who believe in their findings, accept these 'complete certainties.' Mathematics and the natural sciences are both hard sciences tha... [tags: Complete Certainty, Definition]

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- Introduction to solving math solutions manuals: The topic of “solving math solutions manuals”, are discussed below with some related problems and solutions. In mathematics, there are many chapters included such as number system, fraction, algebra, functions, trigonometry, integral, calculus, matrix, vector, geometry, graph etc. We can understand how to solve the problems using formulas and some operations. We can solve the math problems easily without using any electronic devices. Let us discuss some important problems below in different concepts.... [tags: Mathematics]

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- Pythagoras was a mathematician who has influenced the math culture until this day. His studies in math are more noted than his contributions to philosophy as well as religion. Due to the fact Pythagoras lived between roughly 520-495 bc there is very little information about him. In fact his exact birthday and death date are mainly estimations based on other historical events. Whatever we know about him is information learned after his death. Most of his writings were not published so we do not have many of his personal notes.... [tags: ancient Greek mathematicians]

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- “Memorizing math facts is the most important step to understanding math. Math facts are the building blocks to all other math concepts and memorizing makes them readily available” (EHow Contributor, 2011). To clarify, a math fact is basic base-10 calculation of single digit numbers. Examples of basic math facts include addition and multiplication problems such as 1 + 1, 4 + 5, 3 x 5 and their opposites, 2 – 1, 9 – 4, 15/5(Marques, 2010 and Yermish, 2011). Typically, these facts are memorized at grade levels deemed appropriate to a student’s readiness – usually second or third grade for addition and subtraction and fourth grade for multiplication and division.... [tags: Education, The Arithmetic Gap]

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- Introduction to solve math solutions manual: The topic of “solve math solutions manual”, are seen below with some related problems and solutions. In mathematics, there are many chapters included such as number system, fraction, algebra, functions, trigonometry, integral, calculus, matrix, vector, geometry, graph etc. We can understand how to solve the problems using formulas and some operations. Let us discuss some important problems below in different concepts. Example problems – Solve math solutions manual Example problem 1 – Solve math solutions manual Simplify the expression: (5k2 - 8k + 6) + (3k2 + 5k - 4) - (2k2 + 6k + 8) Solution: In this problems, the given polynomials are (5k2 - 8k... [tags: Mathematics]

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- The History of Math Mathematics, study of relationships among quantities, magnitudes, and properties and of logical operations by which unknown quantities, magnitudes, and properties may be deduced. In the past, mathematics was regarded as the science of quantity, whether of magnitudes, as in geometry, or of numbers, as in arithmetic, or of the generalization of these two fields, as in algebra. Toward the middle of the 19th century, however, mathematics came to be regarded increasingly as the science of relations, or as the science that draws necessary conclusions.... [tags: Mathematics Education Logic Numbers Essays]

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- The history of math has become an important study, from ancient to modern times it has been fundamental to advances in science, engineering, and philosophy. Mathematics started with counting. In Babylonia mathematics developed from 2000B.C. A place value notation system had evolved over a lengthy time with a number base of 60. Number problems were studied from at least 1700B.C. Systems of linear equations were studied in the context of solving number problems. The basic of mathematics was inherited by the Greeks and independent by the Greeks beg the major Greek progress in mathematics was from 300 BC to 200 AD.... [tags: essays research papers]

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- Introduction to vertex-edge graphs tutoring: Vertex-edge graph is a very interesting and important part of discrete mathematics. The graphs have group of shapes or objects called as vertices and other group whose elements are called as nodes or edges. The node or edge having the same vertex it’s starting and ending both vertices is known as self-loop or simply a loop. If there is one or more than one edge is connecting a given pairs of vertices then they are called as parallel type edges.... [tags: Math]

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- Ever since the beginning of time women have been fighting to gain attention in the mathematical arena. For decades they were seen as persona non grata but hard work and perseverance has led to tremendous breakthroughs as there are instances where females are either equally performing or even out performing their male counterparts in math-related disciplines. Ceci, et al in “Women's Underrepresentation in Science: Sociocultural and Biological Considerations” (2009) posits that male and female college mathematics students receive similar grades and ever since 1996 there has been an increase in the percentage of females receiving bachelors and doctorates in STEM (Science, Technology and Mathema... [tags: Education]

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- Do I have a math Phobia. I would not say that I have a math phobia, because when I understand the math I am doing I really enjoy it. Math is like a puzzle and it is comforting to know that there is one right answer. In high school, however, I was not a fan of math. My math teachers were not the greatest and I had a lot of trouble grasping the concepts, which made me overly anxious for the tests. If my high school experience with math had been better then maybe I would have taken more math classes in college and would be more confident in my mathematical abilities.... [tags: Problem solving, Mathematics, Recreation, Problem]

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- “How can you identify a single counterfeit penny, slightly lighter than the rest, from a group of nine, in only two weighs?”(Suri, 4) This is an interesting mathematical puzzle which everyone might had played in our childhood. The puzzle was invented by a legendary mathematician Martin Gardner in 1956. Are you wondering that why great mathematicians such as Martin Gardner were still interesting in this kind of recreational math. An editorial written by Manil Suri who is an Indian mathematician expounded the significance of recreational math.... [tags: Mathematics, Logic, Mathematician]

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- There is a famous Quote by Bob Becker -“ Math and Science are the LIFE BLOOD of the future ’’ Today, the world is moving faster than ever before. Technologies afford us instant access and split-second connections. At the same time, consumer expectations are rising to sky level as we learn to take speed for granted. How will we keep pace in a world that moves at web speed. Today math plays a major role in technology and sciences. Science and math were initially found together, and they are best adapted together now.... [tags: Education, High school, Mathematics]

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- Math Using a four step model for math problem solving has been successful in many ways. Each step was taught individually and then the importance of all the steps together became the next goal. As many of the students were not reading at a high enough level to independently read the problems, I continued to read the problems to the majority of the students. The children learned to underline the numbers in the problem and listen for key-words and phrases (e.g. How many in all. How many more. How many fewer?) These key phrases were an excellent way to differentiate and challenge students who had mastered the simpler problems.... [tags: Problem solving, Problem, A Great Way to Care]

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- 1 In Drumright, Oklahoma there is a math teacher called Sarah Hagan. She is 25 years old. In Drumright, Oklahoma there is a math teacher called Sarah Hagan. She is 25 years old. She’s short and has brown hair. Hagan wears square glasses and has a nice smile. She has a long wide nose and nice eyebrows. Her hair is a bit wavy and goes to her shoulders. She also has a creative and energetic personality. Sarah is one of the best math teachers in Oklahoma because of her unique teaching style. "The first time I saw my classroom," Hagan says, "It was the most depressing thing I 'd ever seen.... [tags: Teacher, Education, Mathematics education]

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