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Incorporating Graphing Calculator Technology and the Internet in Your Middle/High School Statistics Lessons. o The main points of this article are used to point out the efficiency of the use of graphing calculators and internet combined
NYS Math A Regents Prep
EXAM INFO:
There are four sections to the Math A regents exam. Part 1 - 30 multiple choice questions worth 2 pts each. -Part I is mostly quick computations and graded on right or wrong. Part II - 5 questions worth 2 points eac
POW IV Eric Johnston Pole Vaulting, But How High? Materials: Basic Calculator Ruler Protractor Mirror Objective: You are a college pole vaulter and are feeling lazy at practice today. The coach noticed you wasting time during practice so he tells you
Eric Johnston POW III First Paycheck!
10/07/07
You just got your first check for $136.18 from your summer job of flipping burgers. Instead of most kids, you decide to put the entire thing into a money market with the $1000 you have in savings and l
Eric Johnston MAED/SCED 276 CBL for Life?
9/10/07 POW #1
A CBL, Calculator Based Laboratory, used to obtain data from sensors as a function of time. This data is then transferred to a graphing calculator for analysis. With a CBL you can measure dat
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In Class Presentations and Projects - Tech Hunt - TI 83 - Coaster - NFL - Thrill Show - Ford Truck - Weather Sine - Maytum - Test Gen - Stump Chump - Web Page - Power Point - 20 Questions - CBR2 - ANY EXTRAS Projects of the Week -
Eric Johnston, Jen Szymanski, Mary Ann Thomas
"The Price is Right" All Plinko! Intro: To play "The Price is Right"- All Plinko with Bob Barker you need to split into three or four teams. Each team will work together to solve math problems. Each pro
Dear Mrs. Cocca, I have decided to write you a small note, thanking you for your help. By allowing me to observe you at the Gowanda afterschool program you have helped me gain a great insight on what being a teacher is all about. I enjoyed being taug
Lesson Plan Class: Geometry Topic: Trigonometric Ratios Title: Basic Right Triangle Trigonometry Grade: 9-10
Description: This lesson is to help students find the lengths of each side of a right triangle when only some angles and sides are given. To
Nicholas Spry EDU 105 Introduction to Contemporary Education What's Babe's line? This lesson will help students find the equation of a line given two or more points. The lesson will engage the students, produce an understanding of `real world' linear
Eric Johnston EDU 105/106 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics (Math/Science Focus) Lesson Plan "Perfect T" Introduction This lesson's purpose is to teach students a new and effective way to fold a t-shirt. This method was shown on Martha Stewart
The Only Time I Have Been the "Normal One"
By Eric M. Johnston
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RED PAPERS Personal Biography Statement of Teaching Philosophy Common Features of Teaching Freaks and Geeks CLEAR FIELD EXPERIENCE Teacher/Learner Contract Teacher
Eric Johnston EDU 105 Introduction to Contemporary Education (Math/Science Focus) Assignment: Personal Biography: In a page or two, provide me with a personal bio. Be sure to include information regarding your families, hometown(s), and schools. Also
Eric Johnston EDU 105/106 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics (Math Focus)
The "Perfect T" Lesson Plan
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1. 2. 3. 4. Paper Lesson Plan Handouts Peer Evaluations
Have you always wanted to know the best way to fold a t-shirt? Well, I tau
Number Trick Pick any number from 1 to 32. M Raise this to the 7th power. M 7 Divide by 33 and tell me the remainder. R =(M 7 )mod33 I will tell you the original number. What happened? 7 R =(M )mod33 3 (R )mod33 = M
Where did 7, 33, and 3 come from?
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HW 4
MAED 310
1. In science, one use of the Monte Carlo Method involves simulating photon transport. The way it works is that the movement is input as an equation and creates a probability curve which describes the size of photon mov
Eric Johnston
MAED 310
HW 3
1. The Russian Peasant Algorithm is simply another form of multiplication, only this time there is no long multiplication. This method merely consisting of doubling, cutting in half, and adding up. There are four rules/
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MAED
HW2
1. In 1882 Nikolai Egorovich Joukowski received his doctorate at Moscow University for his dissertation dealing with the study of motion stability. He worked at that college and was head of the mechanics department. During t
Table Of Contents Outreach Experience (Tab 1) 1. Outreach Analysis
2. Pictures from Family Math/Science Night 3. Student and Adult Questions from Family Math/Science Night Study Guide Notes and Questions (Tab 2) 1. Study Guide Answer to Study Guides
Table of Contents Introductory Works 1. Statement of Teaching Philosophy 2. Original Goals and Fears free write Field Work Experiences and Exercises (First Tab) 1. Copy of the Thank you letter to our supervising teacher, Ms. Hannah Jensen 2. Supervis