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March 2002, Volume 7, Issue 7

FEATURES

A Rhythmic Approach to Geometry
Alfinio Flores
A dynamic geometry program with which students can experiment with and form many different curves. The examples included are parabolas, pursuit curves, and several different spirals.

Making Observations Interactive
Lillie R. Albert, Gail Mayotte, and Sheila Cutler Sohn
Observational assessment in student learning of mathematical concepts in two sixth grade classrooms. Many of the class activities involved algorithms and open-ended problems in which students worked in collaborative groups, pairs, or individually.

Rice + Tecnhology = an Exponential Experience!
Deborah A. Crocker and Betty B. Long
Combining mathematics, literature, and technology to help students discover exponentials using the story "One Grain of Rice." A 3-stage problem analysis is included.