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Adventures with Triples 2E-Book | By At Right Angles | Nov 29, 2016  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

The adventures with triple is back with its sequel.

How to Prove it Ptolemy's TheoremE-Book | By At Right Angles | Nov 29, 2016  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

In the how to prove it series, we are looking at the Ptolemy's Theorem.

Middle School Mathematics some reflectionsE-Book | By At Right Angles | Nov 28, 2016  | Mathematics, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

A. Ramachandran shares his reflections on the trials, travails & triumphs in middle school mathematics teaching.

DyscalculiaE-Book | By At Right Angles | Nov 28, 2016  | Mathematics, Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Pooja Keshavan Singh looks at the little known learning disability, dyscalculia.

Approximate Constructions of Certain AnglesE-Book | By At Right Angles | Nov 28, 2016  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

Taking a Facebook comment via Geogebra Shailesh Shirali relooks at constructing angles.

Fractal Constructions leading to Algebraic ThinkingE-Book | By At Right Angles | Nov 28, 2016  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

This article describes how pre-service teachers explored fractal constructions using pictorial, numerical, symbolic and graphical representations. 

Reflecting on projectsArticle | By Neeta Sur | Aug 31, 2012  | Views and Reflections | 1 Like

Having realized that students simply submit projects that their parents work on, this particular teacher devised a new way of getting the children to work on projects and one of her rules on submitting projects was that they should not be longer than two pages! But today, thinking back on those classes, she wonders whether she and her students satisfied the basic tenets of project work.

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