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Math Iniciative

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  • 1. Math Innovation A new learning experience
  • 2. Meeting Objective
    Share with homerooms teachers a new way to teach math
    Get feedback about the initiative
    Establish commitment and define next steps
  • 3. Learning Math: 1909
    2X1=2
    2X2=4
    2X3=6
    2X4=8
    2X5=10
    2X6=12
    2X7=14
    …….
  • 4. 100 years later….Learning Math: 2009
    Guess what?
  • 5. 100 years later….Learning Math: 2009
    2X1=2
    2X2=4
    2X3=6
    2X4=8
    2X5=10
    2X6=12
    2X7=14
    …….
  • 6. Every day……Math Story
    Teacher: Use your thinking brain to solve this problem…..
    Student: Ok
    And 1 minute later……
  • 7. I am thinking…..
    But I do not understand
    Then…I hate math or
    I am not good at math…
  • 8. Math: We need to Innovate
    Problem: Use your thinking brain and solve the next problem.
    26 – 63 = 1
    Rules:
    A) You can not add or delete anything.
    B) You can change one number or sign to any position.
  • 9. Math: We need to Innovate
    The Solution is:
    – 63 = 1
    6
  • 10. Math Iniciative: Innovation
    How teachers can help to do that?
    Engaging Students about math…..
    One way to do that is making math... FUN
  • 11. Math Games!!!!
    Are You Ready?....
    Let’s Play and Learn!!!
  • 12. Math Games: Feedback and Challenges
    Be creative: Tell us cool name.
    Be practical: When is the best time for students and parents to attend?
    Be helpful: What/Why is the best game and websites you recommend for your grade level?
  • 13. Thank YOU!!!.
    Your effort and Passion…
    Will help me…..
    Become a Better Student!!!
  • 14. Math Innovation A new learning experience