Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Teaching through Problem Solving
INDIVIDUAL PAPER #2 Guidelines
In class, we read about and discussed the importance of and method for teaching through
problem solving. This method of teaching is focu
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION Guidelines
Now that you have completed the paper and taught the lesson it is time to reflect on the
process.
Part 1: Readdressing the four questions about problem effectiveness.
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Teaching through Problem Solving
GROUP PAPER Guidelines
In class, we read about and discussed the importance of and method for teaching through
problem solving. This method of teaching is focused on h
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Question 1:
1. Describe the difference between teaching FOR problem solving and teaching
THROUGH problem solving. Be clear what the teachers and students do
differently in these two types of teaching.
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Teaching through Problem Solving #2
GROUP PAPER Guidelines
In class, we read about and discussed the importance of and method for teaching through
problem solving. This method of teaching is focused o
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION Guidelines
Now that you have completed the paper and taught the lesson it is time to reflect on the
process.
Part 1: Readdressing the four questions about problem effectiveness.
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Teaching through Problem Solving
INDIVIDUAL PAPER #1 Guidelines
In class, we read about and discussed the importance of and method for teaching through
problem solving. This method of teaching is focu
Advanced Contents and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4312

Spring 2017
Homework # 5
Part One: Visit the following website.
http:/www.visiblethinkingpz.org/VisibleThinking_html_files/07_Whats_New/07_WhatsN
ew.html
A. The thinking routine: Pretend you are a teacher with yo
Advanced Contents and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4312

Spring 2017
Homework # 6 and Study Guide
For each of the questions 14, (a) calculate the given statement, (b) write a word problem
representing it (c) draw a pictorial representation of the statement and (d) exp
Advanced Contents and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4312

Spring 2017
Homework # 4
Part One:
Visit the following website:
http:/www.visiblethinkingpz.org/VisibleThinking_html_files/07_Whats_New/07_WhatsN
ew.html
What is the the BIG IDEA presented on the site. (please gi
Advanced Contents and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4312

Spring 2017
Homework # 6 and Study Guide
For each of the questions 14, (a) calculate the given
statement, (b) write a word problem representing it (c)
draw a pictorial representation of the statement and (d)
exp
Advanced Contents and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4312

Spring 2017
Homework # 3
As you work on this assignment, please keep track on how much time it took to complete the
entire assignment. Also, you may submit this assignment on blackboard or bring a copy to class.
Advanced Contents and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4312

Spring 2017
You have a set of 12.
1. What fraction of the entire set is 6 objects?
You have a set of 12 objects shown below.
2. What fraction of the entire set is 4 objects?
3. What fraction of the entire set is
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Arianna Mendez / Journal # 2
In my second visit to Mrs. Rosello 2nd grade ESOL program classroom, they
had a small birthday party in the class. Because it was a Math class,
something pretty accurate h
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Group 1
Arianna Mendez
Lesson Plan
I.
Subject: Mathematics
Topic: Measurement
Grade: Second
II.
III.
Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Instructional Objective: The students will study the units of measureme
EAS 4101
Spring 2017
Homework # 9
Due: April 3, 2017
This assignment is to he turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
I. C
EAS 4101
1. NACA fourdigit series Airfoil Notation:
o The first digit is the maximum camber in hundredths of chord.
o The second digit is the location of maximum camber along the chord from the
LE in
EAS 4101
5.4.3 Cambered Airfoils
Recall the fundamental equation of thin airfoil theory,
dz 1 ( )d
o V
dx 2 0 x
c
The polar transformation form of the fundamental equation is
1 ( )sin d
dz
o
V
2
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5.3.6 RoadMap to Airfoil Theory Solution
The method for deriving airfoil theory of inviscid, irrotational, incompressible
flow is as follows:
1. Replace airfoil of arbitrary shape and thickn
2. Consider an airfoil at 12o angle of attack. The normal and axial force coefficients
are 1.2 and 0.03, respectively. Calculate the lift and drag coefficients.
3. Consider a NACA 2412 airfoil. The fo
EAS 4101
FUNDAMENTAL EQUATION OF THIN AIRFOIL THEORY
The equation representing the definition of a stream line OR a solidsurface
boundary condition for the MCL is U ,n w '( s ) 0 and can now be
appro
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.
5.2.3 Relationship between Coefficients of Pressure and Lift
As per the ideal flow road map, we can solve for the pressure distribution on the
upper pu and lower surfaces pl of the airfoil.
EAS 4101
Spring 2017
Homework # 8
Due: March 29, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1.
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Fall 2017
Homework # 6
Due: March 1, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. Con
EAS 4101
Fall 2017
Homework # 5
Due: February 22, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1.
EAS 4101
Spring 2017
Homework # 1
Due: January 19, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1
EAS 4101
Fall 2017
Homework # 7
Due: March 22, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. Co
EAS 4101
Spring 2017
Homework # 9
Due: April 3, 2017
This assignment is to be turned no later than 5:00 pm (Gainesville time) electronically
through the assignment utility in elearning interface.
1. C
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Week 6 article
It is important to be able to think about something and analyze something
individually. Individual thinking and learning has been a pillar of the educational
community for a very long t
Content and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
MAE 4310

Fall 2009
Week 10 Article Reflection
The article read was The State of Science Education: Subject Matter Without
Context. What I would like to share with my classmates is that the nature of science is
integral