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[^^The Pond Normal School] (^to the home page)
See also: -[zix teaching methods]- (teaching folder)
On this Page: {nmaths - Intro}
{Negative maths}
{Ways of Thinking}
{Methods}
http://smu.edu/humanrights/smu_human_rights_education_progrcourseofferings%20Summer%202010.html
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## Nmaths: Intro

## Negative Maths

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## Methods

See also: -[Different Models]-
## Changing the Maths Cur.

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http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22changing+the+math+curriculum%22
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## Connect a Million Minds .com

-[www: connect a millions minds.com]-
MTGK Institute
www.mtgk.com
5022 Tennyson Parkway
Plano, TX 75024-3151
(972) 473-8377

## Ways of Thinking

-[Change of Context]- (c of c)
-[Hanover]-
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## Methods

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-[Programmed Learning]- (nobody here in this maze, but just us mice!)

## Links

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{Teaching Maths}
{Mathematical Proofs} (and such)

## Teaching Maths

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-[www: TheMathLab . com]-
Interesting site with lots of "get invovle"
activities for maths
In the "teachers only", some good guidances
Games
mini-lectures (five mins each of: Talk, Try the idea, Report!)
boardwork
groupwork
individual work
projects
videos
writing assignments
discovery lessons
computer practice
Internet research
spreadsheet explorations
humorous stories
lively historical anecdotes and facts
one on one peer tutoring
experiments
timed drills
self checking worksheets with answer banks
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the sites www.coursecompass.com/ and MyMathLab.com
seem pretty $-oriented "improve that grade!"
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## Mathematical Proofs

(and such)
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