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Presentation by
Amit Bajaj
PGT(Maths)
CRPF School, Rohini
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1. Be a teacher by choice and not by
chance.
- Do justice to Nobel profession of
teaching.
2. Be a learner always.
- Share...
3. Develop Math's reading habits which
refer to mathematics other than
prescribed textbook or syllabus.
- For example: dis...
Some examples of Non-routine/ beyond
curriculum Math‘s topics
4
1. Day on a given date
2. Tessellations
3. Fibonacci Numbe...
Some examples of Non-routine/ beyond
curriculum Math‘s topics
5
11. Platonic and Archimedean Solids
12. Optical Illusion i...
Some examples of Non-routine/ beyond
curriculum Math‘s topics
6
19. Working model of an Ellipse
20. Square Root Spiral
21....
4. Reserve certain percentage of your salary
(say 2-3%) for Mathematics.
-Purchase Math book’s, Software’s,
Subscribe to s...
6. Use social media (say facebook) and even your
mobile phone to share and discuss mathematics.
Snapshot of my facebook gr...
Sample questions send using whatsapp
by my students
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Sample response by me
10
7. Start blogging. Create your mathematics
blog and share your knowledge as well as
learn from others. Remember “Sharing i...
What you can do on a blog
- ASSIGNMENTS - BEAUTY OF MATHS
- BELIEVE IT OR NOT - COMMON MATH MISTAKES
- EXAMINATION - FUN M...
What you can do on a blog
- MATH INTERESTING PROBLEMS - MATH JOKES ,
- MATH TRICKS - NUMBERS
- PROJECT WORK TOPICS - WORKS...
What you can do on a blog
 SUBSCRIBE VIA EMAIL
 SEARCH THE BLOG
 SCRIBBLE
 LIVE TRAFFIC FEED – VISITORS ALL OVER GLOBE...
Snapshot of my mathematical blog
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Snapshot of my mathematical blog
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Snapshot of my mathematical blog
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Snapshot of my mathematical blog
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Snapshot of my mathematical blog
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8. Make yourself available to your students,
sometimes even at odd hours , if possible.
- for instant help, support, guida...
10. Encourage and motivate your
students to take part in various
Mathematics Olympiads and
Competitions. Start Intra Schoo...
Sample Intra School Paper
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11. Help students to visualize mathematics.
- Use graphical software’s say winplot which
helps in graphing the function as...
12. Take charge and responsibility.
- Be a guide and a mentor for
every student.
- Do not fear of criticism.
- Believe in ...
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  1. 1. Presentation by Amit Bajaj PGT(Maths) CRPF School, Rohini 1
  2. 2. 1. Be a teacher by choice and not by chance. - Do justice to Nobel profession of teaching. 2. Be a learner always. - Share opinions, views and experiences -Do not feel shy to learn things from colleagues as well as your students. 2
  3. 3. 3. Develop Math's reading habits which refer to mathematics other than prescribed textbook or syllabus. - For example: discuss non-routine ,uncommon and unknown math’s results with your students to arouse curiosity and develop interest in mathematics. 3
  4. 4. Some examples of Non-routine/ beyond curriculum Math‘s topics 4 1. Day on a given date 2. Tessellations 3. Fibonacci Numbers 4. Various Paper sizes and their properties 5. Tower of Hanoi 6. Divisibility rules for Prime Numbers 7. Unit digit of x^y 8. Joseph Shooting Problem 9. Magic Squares 10. Polyominoes
  5. 5. Some examples of Non-routine/ beyond curriculum Math‘s topics 5 11. Platonic and Archimedean Solids 12. Optical Illusion in math's 13. Some uncommon results in Math's 14. Great Mathematicians and their contributions 15. Vedic math's and its relevance 16. Various proofs of Pythagoras theorem 17. Golden ratio in nature / human body 18. Generation of Solids- 2d to 3d Model
  6. 6. Some examples of Non-routine/ beyond curriculum Math‘s topics 6 19. Working model of an Ellipse 20. Square Root Spiral 21. Soma Cube 22. Common Error’s in Math’s 23. Fractals (Sprinski triangle, Kosh snowflake etc) 24. Various interesting Geometry Theorems (Nine point circle, Napoleon Theorem, Ceva’s Theorem etc) 25. ISBN and BAR Codes
  7. 7. 4. Reserve certain percentage of your salary (say 2-3%) for Mathematics. -Purchase Math book’s, Software’s, Subscribe to some good Math’s journal/book etc 5. Be an active member of some good Mathematics Forums and Associations which are genuinely working for the Mathematics Education. Eg. AMTI - Keep yourself updated. 7
  8. 8. 6. Use social media (say facebook) and even your mobile phone to share and discuss mathematics. Snapshot of my facebook group 8
  9. 9. Sample questions send using whatsapp by my students 9
  10. 10. Sample response by me 10
  11. 11. 7. Start blogging. Create your mathematics blog and share your knowledge as well as learn from others. Remember “Sharing is Caring” Discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web and consisting of entries ("posts"). Visit: www.blogger.com It’s free. My blog: http://www.amitbajajmaths.blogspot.in/ 11
  12. 12. What you can do on a blog - ASSIGNMENTS - BEAUTY OF MATHS - BELIEVE IT OR NOT - COMMON MATH MISTAKES - EXAMINATION - FUN MATHS - GENERAL MATH - GREAT MATHEMATICIANS - MATH ACTIVITIES - MATH COMPETITIONS' - MATH EXHIBITION - MATH FACTS - INSPIRING MATH QUOTATIONS 12
  13. 13. What you can do on a blog - MATH INTERESTING PROBLEMS - MATH JOKES , - MATH TRICKS - NUMBERS - PROJECT WORK TOPICS - WORKSHEETS - QUESTION PAPERS‘ - SPECIAL DAYS - MATH NON-ROUTINE PROBLEMS 13
  14. 14. What you can do on a blog  SUBSCRIBE VIA EMAIL  SEARCH THE BLOG  SCRIBBLE  LIVE TRAFFIC FEED – VISITORS ALL OVER GLOBE  LINKS TO VARIOUS OTHER BLOGS AND WEBSITES  UPLOAD PHOTOS, VIDEOS AND SOUND  LINK TO FACEBOOK, TWITTER ETC. 14
  15. 15. Snapshot of my mathematical blog 15
  16. 16. Snapshot of my mathematical blog 16
  17. 17. Snapshot of my mathematical blog 17
  18. 18. Snapshot of my mathematical blog 18
  19. 19. Snapshot of my mathematical blog 19
  20. 20. 8. Make yourself available to your students, sometimes even at odd hours , if possible. - for instant help, support, guidance , motivation and feedback. 9. Devote extra time for Mathematics. - Keep yourself as well as your colleagues and students updated about latest tools, techniques and approaches in teaching Mathematics. 20
  21. 21. 10. Encourage and motivate your students to take part in various Mathematics Olympiads and Competitions. Start Intra School Math’s Olympiad in your school. Also, form a Math's’ Club and talk about mathematics beyond curriculum. 21
  22. 22. Sample Intra School Paper 22
  23. 23. 11. Help students to visualize mathematics. - Use graphical software’s say winplot which helps in graphing the function as well as understanding its various properties. 23
  24. 24. 12. Take charge and responsibility. - Be a guide and a mentor for every student. - Do not fear of criticism. - Believe in yourself. - Strive for excellence. - Be a passionate learner always. 24
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