Learning Target: Use proportions to solve problems.

Handouts: Percents & Proportions (Turn in: Thurs, 9/22)

Today we did a review on how to solve a proportion and how to set up & solve a percent problem. 17 more words

Learning Target: Use proportions to solve problems.

Handouts: Percents & Proportions (Turn in: Thurs, 9/22)

Today we did a review on how to solve a proportion and how to set up & solve a percent problem. 17 more words

Introduction

I posted a piece earlier in this blog titled *Sheldon’s Compound Proportions*. It describes what Sheldon labels the “cause and effect” method for solving compound proportions, which as far as I can tell, aren’t in todays’ texts. 1,440 more words

As WordPress has reminded me, this is my very first post. So I guess I should give you a snapshot of my intention. As someone who has spent a LOT of time developing curriculum and pulling from online resources, I’d like to share the curriculum I put together for my art students this year in hopes to help other teachers, parents or caregivers. 216 more words

Introduction

This discussion came about because one student in one class simply asked “Why does this work”? He was referring to the procedure for converting metric units to other metric units, for example, “how many centimeters are there in 10 kilometers?” He could see that the “moving the decimal point” procedure worked but he kept insisting that there must be more to it; that somehow someone had figured this out and he wanted to know how it had been figured out. 743 more words

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