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Getting Students Actively Involved in Geometry

Stuart Robertson 

May 1999, Volume 5, Issue 9, Page 526

Abstract:
This sampling of activities describes ways to get students actively involved with geometry and, when teamed with other methods of instruction, gives students multiple ways to experience these concepts. The activities do not require large amounts of preparation or special equipment, making them adaptable to many classroom settings and usable as a great starting point for those who wish to infuse their teaching with greater student involvement.

Keywords:
Article
Pre-K-2
Grades 3-5
Curriculum Developer
Conceptual Development
Area
Curriculum
Teacher
Perimeter / Circumference
Volume