Based on recent research on the adolescent brain, Active Algebra presents a living, working example of how teachers can use active learning techniques to make linear relationships more meaningful for students. In addition to the 10 reproducible, sequenced lessons, this award-winning resource offers seven chapters of guidance in teaching algebra. It offers comprehensive coverage of
It also provides connections to NCTM’s Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.
- active learning strategies,
- mental math,
- student presentations,
- graphing calculators,
- classroom management and discipline,
- authentic classroom experiences,
- and brain research and mathematics.