Help me give my students a math challenge to extend their problem solving skills!
This project expired on July 28, 2019.
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They come from a variety of cultures, homes and situations. School and our classroom are a safe place where they can all be learners. They love sharing, leading and conversing about learning. My students are a wonderful group!
My students are a diverse group of learners.
My students attend a Title 1 School in Atlanta, Georgia. We are made up of a diverse population of students that do not have the experiences most children their age have. The population of my classroom includes a variety of learners including students with special needs, second language learners, and gifted students. My school is a STEAM certified school, and we strive to provide life experiences in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Students in my class need to be challenged in a fun way! This year I have a classroom full of busy boys that need hands on learning and ways to feel success in math!
Making Math Magical through Rubix Cube challenges will engage my students in a fun problem solving approach to geometry.
My own sons love solving difficult Rubix cubes and this gave me the idea to hopefully get my students involved in this challenging activity. In a society where technology is everywhere, I want to bring back some of the fun hands on learning I experienced as a child. I will never forget the first time I solved a Rubix Cube! I felt like I had won the biggest challenge ever! To accomplish such a task will give my students confidence in math too!
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