group projects. He made sure to call on different students to answers his questions; no favoritism is shown.
Video 2: Motivating Adolescent Learners: Curriculum Based on Real Life
Ms. Kelly Franklin is a 6th grade math teacher. She decided that in allowing her 6th grade math class to work the school’s supply store would allow the students to apply real life situation to what they are studying in class. The students are responsible for opening the store, operating cash box, and closing the store
participate in the hands-on learning approach perform better academically in math and science than students who do not participate in hands-on learning activities in those subjects?
Third grade at-risk students who participate in the hands-on learning approach will perform better academically in math and science than third grade at-risk students who do not participate in the hands-on learning approach in math and science.
Definition of Terms
1. Hands-on learning approach allows students
female’s education; Susan Jacoby explains in her essay “When Bright Girls Decide That Math Is “a Waste of Time”, “The real problem is that so many girls eliminate themselves from any serious possibility of studying science as a result of decisions made during the vulnerable period of midadolescence, when they are most likely to be influenced – on both conscious and subconscious levels – by the traditional belief that math and science are “masculine” subjects” (283). The writer illustrates how the girls
secretly interested in music, science, and math. According to GreatSchools.com says boys feel girls won’t like them when they know they are interested in other things such as music and math and not baseball, football, and soccer. Many boys won’t show interest in music in a co-ed school. When boys are placed in a single sex school they won’t have the feeling of impressing girls so more boys will show their interest in arts and music. Boys are much better with math and science than what girls are says NASSPE
from seizures can often times have headaches, so it is wise as to not to push the student too hard, when it comes to remembering information obtained.
Math is one of the most important subject(s) any student will learn over the course of their school age years. Throw out the traditional ways of retaining information when it comes to teaching math. Help the student by, giving the formulas they will need to learn new concepts. Provide the student with an adding machine or calculator, this will
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If you are enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program, focus your discussion on grades 1–3.
If you are pursuing a K–8 teaching certification, focus your discussion on grades 5–8.
If you plan to teach science, math, or social science at the secondary level, focus your discussion on grades 9–12.
Write a brief essay (suggested length of 2–3 pages) in which you do the following:
A. Explain the need for lesson pacing in a classroom.
B. Explain how pacing
‘Unity’ for my speech today. Now, listen to this one, my sister had always complained to me that it was impossible for her to beat her friend, Mei Mei in Mathematics. Her logic in it was, and I quote: “Well, you know, the Chinese are always good in Maths. The chance we have in beating them is 0%.” Unquote. The examples I previously mentioned are the common misconceptions we perceive to the different races. What we fail to see is the strong points possessed by these different races should be shared
education. Even before Pre-K, children will begin absorbing mass quantities of information. This will continue for the rest of their lives, but the quality of the information given early on, will determine how each child will use it. Curriculum in Math, Fine Arts, Sciences and Literature has been developed in many astounding ways. The evaluation of educational standards has also opened new ways to teach these subjects, and more, in ways that an entertaining yet educational context. Along with educational
August 26, 2012
Course Project Part C
The following report displays regression and correlation analysis for AJ Davis Department Stores data on credit balance and size. We will use the data collected from 50 credit customers to complete the following analysis;
* Generate a scatterplot for CREDIT BALANCE vs. SIZE, including the graph of the "best fit" line. Interpret.
* Determine the equation of the "best fit" line, which describes the relationship
Plan of Investigation
While watching National Hockey League (NHL) games, I often heard the play-by-play announcer mention at the start of the third and final period how it would be tough for a team to come back from a one goal deficit. This led me to wonder just how difficult it was mathematically, and how much previous periods affected the final one. In this project, I will investigate whether the scores at the end of the first period affect the final score of NHL games.
I will gather the scores
problem 10 on page 444 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. Show all steps in solving the problem and explain what you are doing as you go along.
3. Write a two to three page paper that is formatted in APA style and according to the Math Writing Guide. Format your math work as shown in the example and be concise in your reasoning. In the body of your essay, please make sure to include:
Your solution to the above problems, making sure to include all mathematical work, and an explanation for each
Regina’s ex-boyfriend Aaron and Regina says she’s fine with it and that she will talk to Aaron.
B Story: The love story in this movie is between Cady and Aaron. Cady has fallen in love with him since the first day she laid eyes on him which was in math class. This is Cady’s second crush and the first one didn’t go so well since the guy rejected her and they were only five years old. Aaron has a crush on her too, he invites her to a Halloween party and hints out he’s interested in her because he told
path; He was part of a gang that had little respect for anything. Despite rebelling against authority, Angel did show some signs of interest when it came to math. Fearing his gang members would see that he actually wanted to study; Angel confronted Mr. Escalante secretly to get books for the class. By participating in class and answering some math questions, Mr. Escalante took interest in this student; He didn’t give up on him. Angel needed a mentor. Luckily Mr. Escalante demonstrated encouragement
suggested a novel explanation for how manipulatives help children learn. Teachers need to use teaching aids to teach math effectively. The most effective teaching aids are manipulatives such as cubes, counters, pattern blocks, geoboards, place values blocks and plastic money. Students enjoy using manipulatives and, with proper instruction, can use the manipulatives to understand and master math concepts.
The “physically distributed learning” (PDL), is that action with manipulatives supports learning when
and are physical development, personal, social and emotional development, communication and language. The other four are still important but not detrimental as the other areas and they are Understanding of the World, Literacy, Arts and Design and Maths.
Physical development is the area of physical activity for moving and handling including fine motor and gross motor skills. This area of development includes gross activities such as running, walking, climbing etc and also fine
to review results of assessments given to a client, so that the client can process and receive the results in a way that is beneficial to them.
Jadine Marie Sawyer (DOB 9/1/94), was referred for services by her math teacher after having a panic attack during her math class. A primary goal for Jadine’s counseling is to establish a plan for her life post-graduation from high school. Jadine has concerns about being able to provide Sierra, her daughter. Jadine works part time currently at
substantiated the importance of exercise with empirical test’s, which showed how students in PE classes performed better in a math test compared to inactive students. A professor at Harvard medical school, Dr. John Ratey, states that exercise produces growth factors called BDNF that helps producing brain cells in hippocampus – an area in the brain associated with memory and learning. A math teacher told how they had swayed opinions on exercise; they play interactive brain games in classes to get the brain
There are state requirements what children are to be taught. Some schools just go with the minimum and other schools go beyond that. Depending on the school children in the United States can learn things from their alphabet, reading, writing, science, math which consists of just learning their numbers up to learning how they interact with things and learning to add and subtract. Children also learn computers and sometimes other languages such as sign language and Spanish. Schools also include gym, music
CSR. They have partnered up with great companies like Intel, Time Warner, Xerox, and The White House in Change the Equation. Activision wants to ensure that every child has the opportunity to actively learn the science, technology, engineering, and math subjects. George Rose, the Chief Public Policy Officer at Activision Blizzard, reflects the company’s policy on this new program, “STEM literacy is a business imperative for our nation's economic excellence, success and citizenship. Our collaboration
In elementary math there are several concepts about fractions. One concept students in fourth grade will need to master is learning how to tell if fractions are equivalent with unlike denominators. There are a few prerequisite skills that are necessary in order for the students to understand this concept. The first thing students need to know is what fractions are. Fractions are a way of counting parts of a whole. Secondly, the students need to know how to identify parts of a fraction. The top number
individuals who are unable to cope with any types of stress. Considering the stressful nature of standardized testing and its related procedures, there is little wonder that test anxiety is extremely common, particularly in the case of subjects such as Math and Science.
Other researchers such as Lee (1999) have created data to explain why students with test anxiety perform poorly when confronted with difficult tasks or situations. According to their theories, test anxiety affects performance
Life activities. Parents who are unfamiliar with Montessori education may feel that Practical Life activities are a waste of time. "Why is my child learning how to wash dishes when they should be learning how to do something more academic, like math?" Math, reading, and language all require one to have the ability to focus, to be able to complete a task with logical and sequential steps, to concentrate, to make intelligent choices, and to see a task from start to finish. This is precisely the intent
culture needs to be reworked.
One of the most fascinating chapters in the book is titled “Rice Paddies and Math Tests.” Gladwell takes on the stereotype of Asian students and their proficiency for math. Again, the answer lay in one’s ancestry and cultural heritage. Asians have subsisted on rice for centuries, and growing rice is one of the most labor-intensive crops in the world. Like math, there is no shortcut to cultivating rice paddies. Reaping a bountiful crop takes hard work, patience, and
tablets. A student doesn’t have to make an appointment to see a tutor, they can put their name on the waiting list, or just ask a tutor who is not busy at that moment. Help is always available here.
Learning specialists are available for english, math, writing and other specific classes; some tutors are multi subject oriented. Student workshops are also optional for use. This includes MLA/APA format information, note-taking tips, conducting research, study skills, and test-taking strategies. DLA
substance. I then used the mass of the substance and divided it by the volume of the substance to determine the density. I recorded the data. I then found the densities of irregular objects by using the water displacement method, Archimedes method, and math calculation method. Completing my lab I observed the dilution of an aqueous solution. I used a colored drink and diluted it with water, slowly. I recorded my results and concluded my lab.
multiple strategies for researching solutions and conclusions.
Our investigation is to express the multiples of nine, in which it aims to show the possible values that could be divisible by nine. There are some topics on our investigation related to math. One of these topics is factoring.Factoring are any of the numbers or symbols in mathematics that when multiplied together form a product or a number or symbol that divides another number or symbol. It is also a quantity by which a given quantity is
rags on the side of the road in the desert blurting out random seven digit numbers.
This book was very well written and interesting enough to keep the reader’s attention throughout the whole story which is hard to do when a book is written about math. There were so many interesting stories within the book that kept my attention and kept me wanting to finish it. Many stories had to do with people being amazed at the counting man because of his abilities to look at mass quantities of something and
contributions that affected their society and modern society as well as specific examples of how the mathematical developments affected society.
Math had and has a great impact in technology. During the 20th century mathematics made very quick advances on all fronts. Mathematics sped up the development of symbolic logic as the foundation of Math became solidly grounded. Aside from logic, physics and philosophy also benefited from the quantum theory and the relativity theory during this time.
in its engineering department with the proposed outcome consisting of a report of recommendations for the department.
Correct Answer : An experiment is proposed on the relationship between gender-related stereotypes in math and the subsequent performance by males and females on math tests.
Comment : In the study of the effects of evoking stereotypes on subsequent performance, the researcher has a research question and will be manipulating the behavior of individuals. An in-house study conducted with
as reality is when we are awake" (Descartes 76). Descartes then states that geometry and math are certain. "For whether I am awake or sleeping, two and three added together always make five, and a square never has more than four sides; and it does not seem possible that truths so apparent can be suspected of any falsity or uncertainty" (Descartes 98). Descartes comes to realize this certainty because math, geometry, and the simple sciences can be understood and proved through logic and reasoning
“Yes. That’s why I called the police.” True.
“I let him go so he could play with his band on the north side.” True.
“He wanted me to come with him but I was like Yeah, right.” True.
“No! ... What? Euughh! No! He’s a math geek!” True, they are not involved.
“How should I know.” True, she doesn’t know the name.
“No. I don’t know.” True.
“I was here ALONE—“ –pg 26. True.
“We weren’t ‘partying’!” True.
“With no one.” True.
started with a D grade and ended with a B.
Developed session plans.
Kept detailed records of progress.
Reference: Katie Sparks (970) 247-7687
January 2008 to August 2008. Tutor (Math)
Achievement Unlimited. Durango, CO.
Accomplishments and experiences:
Tutored two fifth-grade students in fifth grade-level math. Students learned specific skills that helped them achieve in their classes, including long-division and skills in fractions.
Reference: Linda Gerral
January 2008 to Present. Preschool
BMS11 Business Maths and Statistics
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS USING EXCEL
The pie charts show that a higher percentage of the male gender has tried the product in comparison to the female gender. Over 50% of both genders have tried the product. However, the fact that the percentage of males who tried the product is higher, suggests that gender does play a role in whether the people will try the product. Yet the role genders play is small, because the difference between
FISH PRODUCTION -
The aim of this investigation is to consider commercial fishing in a particular country in two different environments, that is from the sea and a fish farm (aquaculture).
The following data provided below was taken form the UN Statistics Division Common Database. The tables gives the total mass of fish caught in the sea, in thousands of tones (1 tone = 1000 kilograms).
Year | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 |
Total Mass | 426.8 |
Deterministic techniques assume that no uncertain exists in model parameters.
An inspector correctly identifies 90% of the time. For the next 10 products, the probability that he makes fewer than 2 incorrect inspections is .736.
A: Use Binomial table to discover , add 3 probabilities for 0,1,2
A continuous random variable may assume only integer values within a given interval.
A decision tree is a diagram consisting of circles decision nodes, square probability nodes and branches
effort to see results. In The Urban Legend, “Reward”, a student is working diligently on some math problems in class. The student turns to the next page in his math book and finds a reward tucked away. This is just one example of how hard work can pay off in the long run. In this particular tale, someone must have seen the student working diligently and when he wasn’t looking, slipped a reward into his math book. Theodore T. Hunger is a well known member of the society of professional journalists.
cutting, and alcohol abuse; and increased desire to look and act sexy before they feel sexual. It is not surprising that his overall remedy is to accommodate gender differences in everything from how girls are taught physics to how they are taught math. Some feminists groups have long claimed that teaching and parenting girls differently or separately from boys project the idea that women can’t compete with men in the real world. Sax points out that actually coed school is very different from the
38,000 (See math below) Transferred out= 30,000+ work in process 8,000= 38,000 ii. The cost per equivalent unit for conversion.= $7.50 (see math below) total weighted average units= 8,000 *.3= 24000 plus 30,000 that was transfer= 32,400 Conversion- 48,600 + added during month 194,400= 243,000 cost per unit 243,000/ total weighted avg unit 32,400 = $7.50 per unit iii. The total cost assigned to units transferred out of the Curing Department during November. = Materials= $142,500 (see math below) Conversion=
B.) Individual differences
IIII. The learning environment
A.) Setting and maintaining the classroom
B.) Establishing a structure for each day
C.) Creating a classroom community
V. What the children learn
A.) Literacy (Reading)
C.) Science (Discovery)
D.) The Arts (Art, Dance, Dramatic play, Music)
VI. Teacher's role
VII. Family's role
The Creative Curriculum for preschool is a blueprint for planning and implementing
missing just one thing; His academics. He flunked math and was not able to graduate, meaning he could not play college football unless he passed. Biff’s friend and “study buddy”, Bernard, assured Biff that if he didn’t study he would flunk math and not graduate. Biff ignored this idea and instead went to practice to become a better football player. This event comes full circle when Biff eventually becomes a bum all due to the fact that he never passed math and Bernard is a big successful lawyer. A decade
training for teachers based on best practices and test taking strategies to be used by students.
(See Figure 1.1)
The results of the 2014 STAAR test demonstrates a need for improvement in 4th grade writing, 3rd grade reading and math, and 5th grade reading and math subjects.
Resources: Journeys Reading Program (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), Empowering Writers (J. Mariconda), Pearson Envision, Campus Reading Coach, Campus Dean of Instruction, STAAR Workbooks (varies by grade level)
Head: Reflection Paper
Math has been around for quiet a long time. We all see math in a different way some can grasp it and some cannot. Learning math concept is very frustrating some will master it and some want. I have struggle with math myself. In fact, every time the word math was said throughout my school years and I hated it. Now throughout this course, I realize that I need a great amount of math skills before I can even consider teaching math skills. Math is a difficult concept to teach
Subject: Polyphonic HMI: Mixing Math and Music
This is to recommend that Hit Song Science should market its product and services to record labels attempting to catch a larger share of the market.
Polyphonic HMI is preparing to launch Hit Song Science, which analyzes the mathematical characteristics of music compared to past music hits, making it possible to determine a song’s hit potential. Music characteristics can be analyzed by math such as melody, tempo, pitch, rhythm,
who is a janitor, solve a complicated math equation that had taken him, a Fields Medal winner, over two years to solve. Hunting solved it on a single night.
Hunting, who holds past grudges, gets in a fight with his three best friends, Chuckie (Ben Affleck), Billy (Cole Hauser), and Morgan (Casey Affleck), against a group of other people. The cops show up and Hunting is arrested for hitting a cop and sent to jail. It is then that Will solves the complicated math equation. He is sent to jail but the
doing this interview.
My Observation of a Lesson Plan
Once the story was over, Mrs. Lawrence had the students to go back to their desk because Math class was getting ready to begin. Mrs. Lawrence reminded the student that they would continue with their study on multiplication as they have been doing for the past two weeks. Mrs. Lawrence listed math objective on the chalk board and manipulative on the back table. When the lesson begins, the students are in a large group and then they moved to
parents and stakeholders of expectations and goals.
My students will be able to add and subtract and solving word problems. Students will be
able to master the math contents by use of technology. There will be computer lab for student to
go on and do games based on what they learn in the classroom.
This plan is for 1st grade teaching math for the students to develop effortlessness in addition and
subtraction. By using strategies in putting together the adding with understanding of subtraction
inspires to run his or her own pharmacy then they would have to acquire a Master’s Degree in Business Administration or MBA. “When in high school it is wise to take a lot of math and science courses. Some of the science courses that should be taken are biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy, and physiology” (“Cruising”). The math courses that benefit the hopeful pharmacist include algebra one and two, geometry, pre calculus, statistics, and calculus (“Cruising”).
There are other qualifications a pharmacist
Part 1 of 1 -
Question 1 of 20
If a variable has possible values –2, 6, and 17, then this variable is
A. both a
C. neither a
nor a discrete
D. a discrete
Answer Key: D
Question 2 of 20
Which of the following correctly describes the relationship between a sample and a population?
A. A population and a
sample are not
B. A sample
including the materials such as the visual aids or presentations used by the teachers, are not effective.
Second is the student’s own knowledge and capability. Some are gifted with critical thinking and good analysis which make them perfect for subjects’ Math and Science; while others have good grammar and vocabulary which makes them excellent for subjects’ English and Filipino.
However, there are students who are simply industrious and determined. They can excel in almost any subject since they are committed