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Teachers Guide to Math Journal Projects: How You Can Incorporate Journaling into Your Math Class Jim Bennett

Teachers Guide to Math Journal Projects: How You Can Incorporate Journaling into Your Math Class

Jim Bennett

Published May 3rd 2010
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64 pages
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This popular teachers guide, written by an award-winning middle school math teacher, explains how to implement journal projects in math classes. It covers the details of how to incorporate 4 kinds of pages into the journal: lecture notes,MoreThis popular teachers guide, written by an award-winning middle school math teacher, explains how to implement journal projects in math classes. It covers the details of how to incorporate 4 kinds of pages into the journal: lecture notes, illustrations (charts, diagrams, graphs, etc), research topics, and pages where students pick the math-related subject. There is also a complete page-by-page listing of the contents of my sample algebra journal (available from my website) plus scans of 94 actual journal pages of notes, illustrations, and supplemental material that you can use. Please note: Many of the supplemental pages are Biblical subjects such as information about Noahs ark, King Solomons Pool, the Ark of the Covenant, the tower of Babel, and the Six Days of Creation. There are also pages about Fibonacci, Kepler, and Descartes and other non-Biblical subjects.