My 7th graders did something today that I just have to blog about. It’s the first time we used the large white boards AND presented in groups, and it was GREAT! 443 more words

## Tags » Polygons

#### Dazzled by Diversity: forking, federation and simulation

This post is an answer-free zone.

Sometimes different ideas come to my attention around the same time, and I have a strong feeling that they are connected but I don’t really know how. 734 more words

#### 3D Maze

Implementation of a ball rolling through a maze, written in C# utilizing the WPF framework. Implements a realistic physics model. Controlling the tilting of the maze is done with the arrow keys. 9 more words

#### Sorting Teams of Students

We have had students change teams on the first day of each unit this year. Which is something, as I’ve always hesitated to change up teams that are working well together in the past. 435 more words

#### The Diagonals of a Rectangle

CCSS-M.G-CO.C.11.Prove theorems about parallelograms. Theorems include: opposite sides are congruent, opposite angles are congruent, the diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other, and conversely, **rectangles are parallelograms with congruent diagonals…** 297 more words

#### The Diagonals of an Isosceles Trapezoid

It was the day before the test on Polygons, and so I thought that writing a proof and then giving feedback on another team’s proof might be helpful. 800 more words

#### Further Cinema 4D

I needed to create some form of black hole element within Cinema for the composite. It was a really good opportunity for me to really explore how different materials can react with all the different forms of lights. 280 more words