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An informal, short guide on solving geometry problems. Ajit Athle describes some strategies which help in solving geometry problems and demonstrates how these strategies are used in solving this intriguing problem.

Here are part I and part II.

 

 

In schools, where the pressures of student populations and time are high, teachers often resort to emphasizing certain “important” curriculum areas that examiners favour, often to the total exclusion of others. In all this, however, we sometimes forget about the “how” of answering questions: all our efforts are aimed at teaching content, not how to handle this content in an exam situation.

An informal, short guide on solving geometry problems. Ajit Athle describes some strategies which help in solving geometry problems and demonstrates how these strategies are used in solving two intriguing problems.

Effective teaching and learning cannot take place in a poorly managed classroom. In a disorderly classroom, both teachers and students suffer. Teachers struggle to teach, and students are more likely to learn much less than they could. In contrast, well-managed classrooms provide an environment in which teaching and learning can flourish. It takes a good deal of effort, however, to organize the class well. Here are some tips for new teachers who often have to struggle with effective management. 

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