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  • 1. “How come we’replaying games today? I thought this was math class.”
  • 2. Chris Hunter Numeracy Helping TeacherSchool District No. 36 (Surrey) BCAMT Fall Conference October 21, 2011
  • 3. “Play is thehighest formof research.” – Albert Einstein
  • 4. Analyze puzzles and games that involve spacialreasoning, usingproblem-solving strategies. [CN, PS, R,V]
  • 5. Grab a partner.
  • 6. Count to
  • 7. Strategy?
  • 8. Strategy?
  • 9. Connect…
  • 10. …math ideasto each other
  • 11. …to the real-world
  • 12. Questions to Re flect
  • 13. How would you playthe next game differently?
  • 14. Which pieces do you tryand save for tricky situations?
  • 15. Which game piece has themost vertices to connect to?
  • 16. to Co n s nn st io ec t ueQ
  • 17. How many polyominoes canbe made from one to five squares?
  • 18. What percent of thegame board is yellow?
  • 19. If the 4-player game board is 20-by-20,what should the dimensionsof the 2-player board be?
  • 20. Play.With purpose.
  • 21. Topics Activities Questions
  • 22. Ideas
  • 23. “ You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation. – Plato ”
  • 24. Thank-you!
  • 25. ReferencesMaida, M. & Maida, P. (2011). Problem solving around the corner. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 16(8), 466–472.Photo Credits (flickr)“El Juego del Go” andres_colmen“10 - Pencil Vs Camera for Art Official Concept” Ben Heine“Four Storms and a Twister” JD Hancock“$20” Sh4rp_i“Blokus - Very Fun!!!” live w mcs“2011-01-19” bgottsab“Rush Hours” yozz!“Pocket” various visual stuff“Miniature Pool Ball 1” Leo Reynolds“Miniature Pool Ball 2” Leo Reynolds“Miniature Pool Ball 3” Leo Reynolds“Bright Ideas” purplemattfish“Die, Stormtrooper, Die” JD HancockOriginal Art“Portrait of Daddy” G. Hunter
  • 26. reflectionsinthewhy.wordpress.comhunter_c@sd36.bc.ca@ChrisHunter36

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