Debra K. Borkovitz and Thomas Haferd

Explore
an accessible, open-ended, real-world scheduling activity that is connected to
topics in graph theory.

Darin Beigie

These classic activities usually reserved for calculus are
recast in a highly visual approach as investigations with first-year algebra
students.

Robert Gerver, Lauren Santucci, and Hanah Leventhal

Past
issues of Mathematics Teacher provide the resources for a course that allows
students to stretch mathematically into the areas of research and technical
writing.

Jason Samuels

Classroom implementation of two activities based on the
graphical representation serves as a first introduction to the derivative.

Kathy M. C. Jaqua

When students take photographs of events or objects, the mathematics
becomes much more real for them.