# Education Commons™

2004

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## Full-Text Articles in Education

Driven By Data, Larry Bedgood Dec 2004

#### Driven By Data, Larry Bedgood

##### Lesson Plans

Students should enjoy the experience of creating/designing their forms on the computer using WORD and EXCEL software. Students will use calculators at first to sum and find statistics, and later use EXEL and should be able to conclude it was easier to use EXCEL because or the additional reporting opportunities. Students will be exposed to work in STELLA.

Jeopardy Powerpoint Game, Scott Koch Dec 2004

#### Jeopardy Powerpoint Game, Scott Koch

##### Lesson Plans

This is a project that I modified to fit my needs. It can be easily modified, and is a good way to squeeze in some differentiated instruction. Have fun!

Nov 2004

#### Using An Atwood Machine To Determine The Acceleration Due To Gravity, Steve Whitman

##### Lesson Plans

Use An Atwood Machine To Determine The Acceleration Due To Gravity

Studying The Circulatory System, Kristin Schwartzmeyer Oct 2004

#### Studying The Circulatory System, Kristin Schwartzmeyer

##### Lesson Plans

Agent sheets will allow a simulation of how blood circulates throughout the body and how oxygen is picked up and delivered to cells in the body.

Discovering Sinusoidal Relationship, Wilson Burgos Oct 2004

#### Discovering Sinusoidal Relationship, Wilson Burgos

##### Lesson Plans

Students will discover a sinusoidal relationship between variables in a real world problem, discover that changes in the initial velocity have an effect on the graph’s period.

Baseballs And Quadratic Equations, David Peters Oct 2004

#### Baseballs And Quadratic Equations, David Peters

##### Lesson Plans

The objective of this lesson is for students to see the relationship between the simulation of a real life situation modeled with the Interactive Physics software, the path of a thrown baseball, and the description of the path with a quadratic equation.

Oct 2004

#### Formulas And The Solver Application Using Ti Calculators, Henry Elich

##### Lesson Plans

Have students be able to use formulas for any Math or Science formula using the problem solver application on the TI 84 calculator. The students should be able to use this application to solve a problem that has a new formula.

Oct 2004

#### Number And Numberation Lesson Using Ti Calculator, Helen Fox

##### Lesson Plans

Students will be able to convert fractions, decimals, and percents using the TI-84 to solve applications. The TI-84 will provide the student with an easier, faster way to solve applications involving converting fractions, decimals, and percents AND serve as a strategy to check work.

Probability Introduction, John Haag Oct 2004

#### Probability Introduction, John Haag

##### Lesson Plans

Students will appreciate the math that goes into games of chance

Students will understand the difference between theoretical and experimental probabilities

Students will show confidence in predicting what will happen in a game

Using Sales To Understand Math Concepts With Ti Calculator, Thomas Demond Oct 2004

#### Using Sales To Understand Math Concepts With Ti Calculator, Thomas Demond

##### Lesson Plans

To model equations that are used everyday by construction sales people to compute the cost of a job. To have students be able to construct models that represent real world problems in engineering, and determine a valid answer.

How Is The Calculator Good At Comparing Data?, Wilson Burgos Oct 2004

#### How Is The Calculator Good At Comparing Data?, Wilson Burgos

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives: Students will use the graphing calculator to:

• engage in the process of statistical investigation, make conjectures, predictions, and conclusions based on statistical analysis.

• construct numerous plots in a relatively short amount of time.

• compare data using box-and-whiskers plots.

• compare data using statistical measures such as minimum, maximum, lower and upper quartiles, median, and range.

• consider the influence of extreme values in a set of data.

Uncertainty In Everyday Situations, Kim Lombard Oct 2004

#### Uncertainty In Everyday Situations, Kim Lombard

##### Lesson Plans

Students use ideas of uncertainty to illustrate that mathematics involves more than exactness when dealing with everyday situations.

Oct 2004

#### Modeling Real World Problems With Equations, Kim Meek

##### Lesson Plans

The students use the TI-84 to create graphs and tables for several power models (y = ax2 , y = ax3 …etc) to learn the general shape of the curves and identify the patterns in the tables. In addition, they compare and contrast these tables and graphs to linear and exponential models. Then, students draw conclusions about the symbolic rules and the patterns found in the graphs and tables.

Decay Ratios, Brian Mccue Oct 2004

#### Decay Ratios, Brian Mccue

##### Lesson Plans

Objective: Students will be able to examine the ratios of parent material to decay product and by knowing this ratio will be able to determine the age of the material by referring to the half life of the material and the aforementioned ratio.

Modeling A Proposed Layout Using Ti Calculator, Annette Pennella Oct 2004

#### Modeling A Proposed Layout Using Ti Calculator, Annette Pennella

##### Lesson Plans

Students will be able to apply area formulas of the rectangle, square and circle, to section off a gymnasium for an athletic event. The students will produce a scaled diagram (blueprint) of the gymnasium to use as a reference tool to accommodate as many sections for tournament rings as possible, the judges’ table, and an area for a concession stand to fit into the specified size gymnasium.

The modeling tool will make the students preplan the layout of the gym, requiring them to use formulas and create a logical scale to for their blueprint. The blueprints will assist the students ...

Studying Heat Using Ti Calculator, Sean Metz Oct 2004

#### Studying Heat Using Ti Calculator, Sean Metz

##### Lesson Plans

Objective: The objective of this lesson will be to give the students an understanding of how the specific heat of a particular substance affects its ability to be heated and retain heat. The student’s will use the calculators to construct data tables as well as graphs. They will also use the calculators and the graph to answer questions at the end of the procedure.

Oct 2004

#### What Effects The Coefficients Have On Quadratic Equations, David Peters

##### Lesson Plans

The objective of the lesson is for students to understand what effects the coefficients a, b, and c have on the graph of a standard quadratic equation of the form y=ax2+bx+c. The first lesson will investigate what the coefficient a does.

Potential Energy/Kinetic Energy, David Rogers Oct 2004

#### Potential Energy/Kinetic Energy, David Rogers

##### Lesson Plans

Objectives:

Students will:

1. use modeling to calculate the spring constant of a super ball

2. use modeling to predict the elastic bounce (spring constant of other balls)

This will help the student understand the elastic potential energy, kinetic energy, restoring force of a ball bounced at an angle, period, frequency of springs in simple harmonic motion Modeling will allow students to graph, visualize the phenomenon of elasticity. Using the graph – predict the height of a bounced ball or determine the spring constant of different balls. Students will use TI 83, 84 calculators to find vectors using the sci tools ...

Graphing Equation Lines, Jessica Phillips Oct 2004

#### Graphing Equation Lines, Jessica Phillips

##### Lesson Plans

How do you use the TI graphing calculators to graph lines from equations? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a graphing calculator to answer questions about linear relationships?

Reaction Rates, Frank Rinere Oct 2004

#### Reaction Rates, Frank Rinere

##### Lesson Plans

Students will gather information on reaction rates through measurement, organize the data and determine the relationship that exists. They will support their findings using graphing and a linear regression.

Data Analysis And Probability Problems, Halley Zand Oct 2004

#### Data Analysis And Probability Problems, Halley Zand

##### Lesson Plans

Modeling with TI is easy learning and attractive; Models created by TI have graphical pictures and they are memorable and understandable; In TI parameters are changeable so models can be used as dynamic models; With TI students can work with entire of classroom and do brainstorming easily

Investigating Density, Lorraine Sheck Oct 2004

#### Investigating Density, Lorraine Sheck

##### Lesson Plans

Students will use the linear regression analysis application on the TI-84 graphing calculator to model the nature of density as a unique physical property of a substance. They will understand that density is a characteristic property of matter that is often used by chemists to identify a substance and as such, the value for the density of a particular substance does not change regardless of how large or small the sample size is.

Estimating Population Size, Kristin Schwartzmeyer Oct 2004

#### Estimating Population Size, Kristin Schwartzmeyer

##### Lesson Plans

Students will gain an understanding of how biologists working in the field obtain data; analyze that data; and present data.

Manipulating Raw Data Into Tables And Graphs, Fayne Winter Oct 2004

#### Manipulating Raw Data Into Tables And Graphs, Fayne Winter

##### Lesson Plans

Describe and represent patterns and functional relationships, using tables, charts, graphs, algebraic expressions, rules, and verbal descriptions. Includes: Organize and analyze data resulting in function applications through use of a table of values, sentence, formula, graph and prediction.

Half Life And Radioactive Decay, Joseph Zuniga Oct 2004

#### Half Life And Radioactive Decay, Joseph Zuniga

##### Lesson Plans

• Students will be able to complete a table which shows conservation of matter.

• Students will be able to determine the half life of a substance given a graph of the radioactive substance and its stable product.

• Students will recognize the graph as exponential decay.

Modeling Integers Using Ti Calculator, Brian Cheyne Oct 2004

#### Modeling Integers Using Ti Calculator, Brian Cheyne

##### Lesson Plans

Through use of the TI calculator Algebra Chapter on Integers, students will be introduced to integers via the overview section. Students will be able to identify an integer, understand the operations of integers and be able to explain real world uses of integers by modeling a real life example of integer use.

Graphing Quadratic Equations Using The Ti Calculator, Kristen Frank Oct 2004

#### Graphing Quadratic Equations Using The Ti Calculator, Kristen Frank

##### Lesson Plans

After doing a quick review of what they already know about quadratic equations and the graphing calculator we will then point out how graphing a quadratic is the same steps on the calculator as graphing a linear equation.

Linking Plant And Animal Cells, Jacqueline Keily Oct 2004

#### Linking Plant And Animal Cells, Jacqueline Keily

##### Lesson Plans

1. Be able to demonstrate, via the graphing calculator, knowledge of plant and animal cells.

2. Be able to compare and contrast cells and their functions using their study cards as a guide.

Linking Abstractions In Math To The Real World, Valerie J. Huff Oct 2004

#### Linking Abstractions In Math To The Real World, Valerie J. Huff

##### Lesson Plans

Students use mathematical modeling/multiple representation to provide a means of presenting, interpreting, communicating, and connecting mathematical information and relationships. Students use measurement in both metric and English measure to provide a major link between the abstractions of mathematics and the real world in order to describe and compare objects and data. Students use patterns and functions to develop mathematical power, appreciate the true beauty of mathematics, and construct generalizations that describe patterns simply and efficiently.

Newton’S Laws, Kendra Brewster Oct 2004

#### Newton’S Laws, Kendra Brewster

##### Lesson Plans

Students will interpret the principles of Newton’s Laws, Identify and relate movement of objects to Newton’s laws, Identify forces such as air resistance, friction, gravity.