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  • POLYPAD MANIPULATIVES

    Polypad is the ultimate collection of virtual manipulatives by Mathigon. It has ready to use polygons, number and algebra tiles, fraction bars, fractals , pentominoes, and much more. You can find Polypad under the Activities section of Mathigon. When you create an account, you can save your Polypad files and share them with your students with their links. On the sidebar, there are two tabs; Tiles and Library. When you click on Library, you may see the files (manipulatives) created by Mathigon as well as your own saved canvases. At the very bottom of the sidebar, you can find the links to the page "Sample Lesson Plans and Video Tutorials". I use Polypad a lot in my lessons and wanted to share the links of the lessons that I prepared; (This list will be updated periodically.) You can save as copies and edit them as you wish. Visual Patterns 3 Chairs around the Table Problem Border Tiles Problem Fractals 1 - 2 True Scale Multiplication Table Pascal Triangle with Factors Kolam Designs 1 - 2 Different Proofs of Number Sums Visual Patterns 1 Visual Patterns 2 Penrose Tiles 1 - 2 Triangular Numbers Proofs of Sum of Odd and Even Numbers Construct different size squares on the grid. Sphinx tiling Tetrahedral Numbers Cube Number Unit Fractions Hexadecagons How many with Dice Pick's Theorem Sum of 1/2s and 1/4s Spidrons Dodecagon Dissection Experimental Probability with the Galton Board and Coin Flips Galton Board, Pascal Triangle, Normal Distribution and How can you change the distribution Visual Proof of the Cube of a Binomial Cube Numbers and Nicomachu’s Theorem: Grid Paths Number Bars and Fibonacci Brick Walls and Fibonacci Kite Squares Diagonals of Rectangles Mystic Rose Number of Squares

  • Ramanujan

    Click here for the Ramanujan Hyperdoc

  • Atatürk ve Matematik

    10 Kasım Atatürk'ü anlamak için sadece savaş alanındaki dehasını yada devlet yaratma ve biçimlendirme becerisini konuşmak, okumak yetmez. Onun bilime ve eğitime verdiği değeri ve ülkemizin yeni nesillerinden beklentilerini anlamak da çok önemli. Bunu yaparken onun düşüncelerini ve fikirleri oluşturan deneyimlerini ve araştırmalarını, modern Türkiye'yi kurma amacıyla hangi kaynaklardan yararlandığını bilmek ve bu kaynaklara ulaşabilmek, onu anlamak yolunda ilk adım olabilir. Atatürk'ün hayatı boyunca 4000 kitaptan fazlasını okuduğunu biliyoruz. Atatürk'ün okuduğu kitapların, 1741'inin Çankaya Köşkü, 2151'nin Anıtkabir, 102'sinin İstanbul Üniversitesi Kütüphanesi ve 3'ünün ise Samsun İl Halk Kütüphanesi'nde olduğu biliniyor. Sadi Borak tarafından yazılan kısa metinde, Atatürk'ün bu kitapları okurken aldığı notlar şu şekilde açıklanmış; Bu 10 Kasım'da, O'nun fikirlerinin temellerini oluşturan kitaplara bir göz atalım. Bu kitapları okumak, onu anlamak yolunda, başkalarının fikirlerini dinlemek yerine atabileceğimiz en somut adım olacaktır. Aşağıdaki interaktif Google sınıfını buradan indirip, linklere ve videolara ulaşabilirsiniz. 23 Nisan Yakında .. 19 Mayıs Yakında .. 29 Ekim Yakında ..

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  • Math Tasks and Problems | MATH FAN

    MATH TASKS, PROBLEMS & INVESTIGATIONS Golden Rectangle Pentomino Pairs Mastermind Game Crescents Squaring a Circle sum of L shapes y=x^2 Number of squares Valentine graphs Mystic Rose Diagonals of Rectangles Kite Squares Brick Walls and Fibonacci Number Bars and Fibonacci Grid Paths Cube Numbers Cube of a binomial Galton Board & Probability Square Areas Square Cube Law Flextangles Dodecagon dissection Spidrons Fractional Sums Pick's theorem How many Hexadecagons Unit fractions Cube Numbers Tetrahedral Numbers Show More

  • MathFest | MATH FAN

    MATH FEST & MATH WEEK The Math Festival brings together all our community to inspire each other and challenge participants of all ages to see math in new and exciting ways. ​ The MATH Festival is organized around a theme each year featuring Street Math Activities, opening ceremony with the music and dance shows, math talks, interdisciplinary activities, performances, puzzles, mind games, peer activities, book fair, pi day meal and activities and a variety of competitions. STREET MATH Remove the class walls from math education and have fun with all these different activities MATH & MUSIC Math and Music overlaps in many ways... ​ ARCHIMEDES COMING SOON ​ PI - DAY Celebrate 14th of March with many different pi-day activities IDM INTERNATIONAL DAY OF MATHEMATICS ​ ​ B. PASCAL COMING SOON ​ COMPETITIONS Games you can play together while competing with each other MOVIES Math and Science related movies, animations, documentaries GAUSS COMING SOON ​ MATH & ART COMING SOON ​ DA VINCI COMING SOON ​ GEOMETRY COMING SOON ​ INTERNATIONAL DAY OF MATHEMATICS UNESCO proclaimed March 14 as the International Day of Mathematics on November 26, 2019. ​ The International Day of Mathematics (IDM) is a worldwide celebration. Each year on March 14, all countries will be invited to participate through activities for both students and the general public in schools, museums, libraries, and other spaces. ​ You can check out the website of IDM to get the detailed information on Math Day and share your math day celebrations by using the hashtag #idm314 The Introductory video Math Festival 2019 from , Turkey Koc School The Teaser of Math Week'19 , Turkey Koc School created by another Math lover colleague Aysun Fendi For detailed information about KOÇ MATH WEEK , its website will be online soon.

  • Interdisciplinary | MATH FAN

    STEAM LESSONS, IDEAS, PROJECTS, AND ACTIVITIES MATH & COMPUTER SCIENCE Orange Game CS Unplugged Activity Sorting Networks CS Unplugged Activity Line Drawing Algorithm CS Unplugged Activity

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