# Education Commons™

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Science and Mathematics Education

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2003

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## Full-Text Articles in Education

Mathematical Modeling, Motion Applications, Jerry Moon Jul 2003

#### Mathematical Modeling, Motion Applications, Jerry Moon

##### Lesson Plans

1.) Introduce Mathematical Modeling as a problem solving 2.) Identification of required information. 3.) Gain skills in obtaining information. 4.) Explore ideas of motion in relationship to velocity as a Rate of change and representation as a slope of a line. 5.) Show examples of constant motion as a linear relationship, And instantaneous velocity as a curved graph. 6.) To be able to explain the differences between average velocity, Average acceleration and instantaneous velocity by graph study. 7.)To devise simple mathematical models.

The Big Dig!, Chioma Owunwanne Jul 2003

#### The Big Dig!, Chioma Owunwanne

##### Lesson Plans

How do Archeologists and Forensic Scientists determine the height, build and age of a person based upon the lengths of major bones such as the humorous, radius or tibia?

Graphing Quadratics Using Ti Calculator, Vanessa Youmans Jul 2003

#### Graphing Quadratics Using Ti Calculator, Vanessa Youmans

##### Lesson Plans

Upon Completion of this lesson the student will be able to:

Recognize a, b, and c in quadratic equations

Understand the role of a

Understand the role of –a

What Is Temperature?, John Goodwin Jul 2003

#### What Is Temperature?, John Goodwin

##### Lesson Plans

Upon completion of this lesson student will: - Choose a scale and graph data in tables. - Identify the independent and dependent variables.

Plant Growth Rate, Laura Merkl Jul 2003

#### Plant Growth Rate, Laura Merkl

##### Lesson Plans

The lesson is intended to address the different in growth rates exhibited by plants by the amount of water they receive and the amount of sunshine they receive. The lesson will incorporate observation, writing, use of technology, group work and individual work. Standard 4.