Friday, June 29, 2018

Math Links for Week Ending Jun. 29th, 2018

So even though I tend to feature math links from gr7-12 on this blog, I though Howard Stern on David Letterman's new Netflix show doing a math talk was right on. It's not a a video but @ChrisHunter36 transcribed the whole thing and you can read it here. If you have Netflix give it a look
Curriculum Tags: All

Some great low floor high ceiling problems here aligned to the Ontario Curriculum (but good for any High School Curriculum) from @taylorpeter77 and team. You can find big problems to work on from grade 9 - 12. Take a look and you will for sure find something you can bring to your high school class.
Curriculum: All

Looks like the beginning of another 3Act Task from @ddMeyer. Check the comments for the reveal
Curriculum Tags: MPM1D, MFM1P, MPM2P

Another great @Desmos tessellation from @sumdumthum
Curriculum Tags: Gr7

Who doesn't like a little Hand geometry
Curriculum Tags: MPM1D, MFM2P
Some great Sketchnotes from @DebbieDonsky depicting our Ontario Mathematical Processes.Thanks to @MrSurti for posting these. Get the hi res images or PDFs at the link below
Curriculum Tags: All

A cool visualization on letter placement in words from different languages.
Curriculum Tags: MDM4U

Who doesn't like some graph based horns?
Curriculum Tags: MCR3U, MHF4U

Understanding fractions can be topical
Curriculum Tags: Gr7, Gr8

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