5 ways to Make High School Math Fun with Tarsia Puzzles
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5 ways to Make High School Math Fun with Tarsia Puzzles

Imagine your brain is already fried from listening to a lesson you could barely understand. And then, when all you want to do is turn off your brain, imagine being handed a sheet full of endless questions about that same lesson – with even MORE numbers and words you can barely understand. If you can…

5 Easy Differentiated Strategies: Teaching Volume to Disengaged High School Students
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5 Easy Differentiated Strategies: Teaching Volume to Disengaged High School Students

Have you ever looked out at a sea of glazed eyes staring back at you?đź‘€ Better yet, have you ever had those same eyes glaring at you like you had 3 heads? That’s what happens to me whenever I try to introduce the formula for something like the volume of a sphere. Or perhaps the…

Teaching Angles Made Easy with Task Cards: Naming, Classifying, and Measuring
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Teaching Angles Made Easy with Task Cards: Naming, Classifying, and Measuring

Don’t you just love the groans whenever you ask your students to take out a protractor while teaching angles? I know. It’s my favorite thing too. The truth of it is, much of the time, learning geometry does not feel all too applicable to our student’s lives. Not like financial literacy – the link is…