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### Glean PEMDAS: Teach and learn the Order of Operations and Expression Solving- 24 views

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With Glean PEMDAS (Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally), we present a math learning environment to help teachers extend students' understanding of order of operations concepts.
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With Glean PEMDAS (Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally), we present a math learning environment to help teachers extend students' understanding of order of operations concepts. Glean PEMDAS can be used to introduce Order of Operations, and is best applied to critical inquiry about application of order.

### CK-12 Basic Algebra,Volume 1 Of 2 (free kindle ebook)- 2 views

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CK-12 Foundation's Basic Algebra, Volume 1 Of 2 FlexBook covers the following six chapters:Expressions, Equations, and Functions - covers the relationships among expressions, equations, and functions when variables are present. Also explored is how these ideas can be shown on graphs. Properties of Real Numbers - covers various forms that rational numbers can assume, including fractions, integers, and square roots. Also considered are different operations for manipulating rational numbers. Linear Equations - introduces students to methods of solving simple equations involving variables. Also covered are ratios, scale, and the percent equation. Graphing Linear Equations and Functions - provides students with a more in-depth understanding of equations by introducing coordinate plane graphing concepts such as intercepts and slope. Writing Linear Equations - focuses on writing various forms of equations based upon real-world data and already existing lines. Students will also learn about predicting data using a fitted line. Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value; An Introduction to Probability - covers operations of inequalities, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. These principles are then applied to absolute value and probability.

### Lure of the Labyrinth- 0 views

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Lure of the Labyrinth is today's innovative catch Lure of the Labyrinth is a game for middle school pre-algebra students designed to improve math and literacy skills. It includes intriguing math-based puzzles embedded in a narrative game in which students work to find their lost pet and save the world from monsters. Linked to mathematics standards, the game gives students a chance to think like mathematicians. Lure of the Labyrinth Home Page In Lure of the Labyrinth, students progress through three sections, or wings each related to a different math strand that is part of a the typical pre-algebra curriculum: * Proportions (including fractions and ratios) * Variables and Equations * Number and Operations (including geometry, order of operations and modular arithmetic) Each of the three wings includes three puzzles, and each of the puzzles has three levels progressing from easy to hard. Students have to successfully solve each puzzle three times before they can advance through the game. Lure of the Labyrinth Library Page A professional development video specifically designed for pre-algebra teachers takes them step-by-step through the things they need to do to make this engaging game the focal point of great classroom learning experiences. Planning resources include links to standards, directions for working with specific puzzles, lesson plans, explanations of the background math, and graphic organizers. Video - Lure of the Labyrinth Lure of the Labyrinth was created by Maryland Public Television and MIT Education Arcade in cooperation with FableVision.
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For prealgebra students.

### Zun - A Math Exergame- 17 views

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Demonstrates the utility of exergames for teaching and learning. "Our goal is to design a math game for children aged between 8 and 12. Our focus in basic operations: adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplying. Players must gather a given number of objects in order to properly complete mathematical operations while at the same time avoiding or destroying other objects that cause him to lose energy or reduce the time given to complete the task."

### Resources optimization in (video) games: a novel approach to teach applied mathematics?- 2 views

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Abstract: "In spite of the efficacy of Operations Research (OR), its tools are still underused, due to the difficulties that people experience when describing a problem through a mathematical model. For this reason, teaching how to approach and model complex problems is still an open issue. A strong relation exists between (video) games and learning: for this reason we explore to which extent (real time) simulation video games could be envisaged to be an innovative, stimulating and compelling approach to teach OR techniques."

### Pre-Algebra - Math Learning Guides- 0 views

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learning guides for operations fractions ratio basic- geometry statistics algebra

### Design of the Learning Module for Math Quest: A Role Playing Game for Learning Numbers- 13 views

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"Math Quest is a role playing game that could be used as a tool to learn numbers and basic mathematic operations. The Math Quest package consists of two main modules; learning and game modules that can be executed separately. The use of the learning module as a tool in learning will allow for a highly individualized and interactive environment. This paper presents the design of the learning module for numbers and their mathematics operation. Due to its interactive and stimulating nature, the module is suitable for school children age 9 to 12 years old to learn the subject. The development takes into consideration of constructivism learning theories where learning is based on students' active participation in problem solving and critical thinking regarding activity that they are involved in. The framework for each of module is as follows: objectives, concept, examples, exercises, quizzes. A heuristic evaluation on the design was conducted and positive feedback was obtained."

### kanakku- 0 views

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kanakku is a free web 2.0 application that is a combination of a spreadsheet and a calculator. This application is designed to be used on either IE 7+ or Firefox (Safari seems to be compatible, but further testing is ongoing). All operating systems that use these browsers should be able to use this Website.

### Digital Passport Internet Safety App from Common Sense Media | Time Warner Cable - YouTube- 0 views

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"With Time Warner Cable support, Common Sense Media is making their new Digital Passport mobile app for Android and iOS operating systems available for free to the public through August 31, 2013. Designed for kids ages 8-12, the Digital Passport app features engaging games and videos to teach children the basics of being safe and responsible in the digital world. Get smart, stay safe and navigate responsibly this summer!"

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Addition is the mathematical operation, symbolized by +, of calculating the sum of two numbers or quantities. Best method of addition is the left to right mental addition method. The idea is simplify, simplify and simplify the problem by breaking the lower digits and added it to the upper digits. This method can also be used for sums where you have to carry a number forward.

### 2aFractions, decimals and percents 2c - 76 videos - YouTube- 19 views

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A well-organized collection of 76 short videos demonstrating different pedagogical methods for teaching operations with fractions. Includes cool methods such as double number line and equivalent ratios.

### MathX is a mxit maths game to hone those basic skills- 11 views

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"MathX is a mathematical game where the player is given 4 single digit numbers (0-9). The player must apply the basic operators (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) to each of these numbers, using all the numbers once only, to get to the answer 24."

### A naths game to learn about fractions and percentages- 1 views

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The game aims to help children associate fractions with percentages. A cartoon Santa Clause introduces a snow scene with a group of identical parcels that contain either a fraction or a percentage. It is operated using the mouse, and the goal is to pair up matches, for example 1/3 and 33%, which pop out of the boxes. There are no instructions, but the game would be quite intuitive to children, though perhaps not to less inquisitive adults.
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