Category Archives: Reflection

6-C-2: Higher Level Thinking for the Pythagorean Theorem

6-C-2: Higher Level Thinking for the Pythagorean Theorem Level 0: Concrete, identifies, names, compares, and operates on geometric figures. This level is most comparable to Bloom’s Knowledge and Comprehension level.  Students know the basics about geometric figures.   They can define … Continue reading

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6-A-3 Pythagorean Puzzles

For the first puzzle, I noticed the length of the white square was ‘c’ and the length of the hypotenuse of the red triangle was ‘c’.  So I rotated each triangle from the previous one to line up side ‘c’ of the triangle to … Continue reading

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5-B-1 Reflection of Images

Transformations are something that I think most students will enjoy.  Visual learners are especially going to enjoy this activity.  This is a good introduction or review to reflection. I don’t think this will be too difficult for them to do.  Part C would give them the … Continue reading

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Geometry 3-C-2: Logic and Reasoning

The most valuable information I got out of this module have been the activities associated with Bloom’s Taxonomy.  When I was teaching I taught more at the Knowledge, Understand, and Apply levels.  The top three areas, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation, … Continue reading

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