A teacher recognized in the Washington Post puts math content into rap form. In this video he talks about the quadratic formula. The examples in this video are the most in depth and helpful I have seen. It talks about imaginary numbers and discriminants. I woldn't use this video to teach students the quadratic formula but I would definitley use it for them to see examples of how to use it.
'Solve puzzles to find the mysteries behind algebra' What is the missing number? If I give you the answer, can you tell me the numbers in the question? If you enjoy a puzzle and a challenge you should like this activity.
Watch as Ms. Warburton and Ms. Jones use teacher collaboration to build an effective Math program for their students. Different teaching methods and styles are discussed that will work in a Math class and for other subjects.
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