I'm always looking for more Venn Diagram word problems. This list has examples which are good though a bit dated.

Venn Diagrams

Interactive sites:

Filling in two circles with many numbers that are multiples of 1 - ? as you choose.

Teacher LED

Determining which place is correct for a number based on it's set - rational, repeating, etc.

Shodor

## Thursday, September 24, 2009

## Friday, August 28, 2009

### Integration by Substitution

I'm looking for notes on the anti-chain rule, but most people seem to go directly to integration by substitution. I'm finding some good stuff, but for today's lesson am going to stick to have the students thinking of anti-chain rule.

For the integration by substitution lesson though:

http://math.uww.edu/~mcfarlat/substit.htm

http://homework.zendog.org/usub.pdf

http://math.georgiasouthern.edu/~bmclean/calculus/powerpoint/AntiChainRule4.ppt

For the integration by substitution lesson though:

http://math.uww.edu/~mcfarlat/substit.htm

http://homework.zendog.org/usub.pdf

http://math.georgiasouthern.edu/~bmclean/calculus/powerpoint/AntiChainRule4.ppt

Labels:
calculus,
G12,
IBHL,
IBSL,
integration,
integration by subsitution

## Thursday, August 27, 2009

### Bearings

Found some cool and useful sites today for teaching bearings with an interactive white board.

A great directional compass as well as good notes.

http://www.mathsteacher.com.au/year7/ch08_angles/07_bear/bearing.htm

Interactive bearings.

Students are given a bearing and they have to draw it - with or without the help of a compass.

http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/ngfl/maths/echalk/bearings/drawingBearings/drawingBearings.html

A great directional compass as well as good notes.

http://www.mathsteacher.com.au/year7/ch08_angles/07_bear/bearing.htm

Interactive bearings.

Students are given a bearing and they have to draw it - with or without the help of a compass.

http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/ngfl/maths/echalk/bearings/drawingBearings/drawingBearings.html

### Introduction

It's my 5th year teaching high school math. Time to get serious about my teaching and reflecting on my teaching. I'd also like to keep better track of the resources I find useful. So that's what I'll be doing here. Likely it will be boring for anyone besides me to read. Hell, it'll probably be boring for me to read as well.

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