According to my Humanities teacher husband, everything we do is technology. When I use sidewalk chalk in teaching Venn Diagrams or ropes to teach linear equations or even good old-fashioned pencil and paper in the teaching of math, I am integrat
At first glance I wondered what the heck am I going to do with this? Digital storytelling in math?!? But I started thinking--it doesn't have to be my OWN storytelling that I share. Have others shared math stories? Oh yeah, there are some good ones.
Today my students are answering this question: Can a geometric figure with a limited area have an infinite perimeter?
They are working with the Koch Snowflake, a simple example of a fractal. Fractals are objects whose essential form repeats itsel
"I can't figure out this calculator!" She was staring at the screen, trying to change it from radians to degrees. It was a matter of pressing three keys: down, right, enter. I asked her how she figured Snapchat out and within two seconds her calcul