In this math exercise, you’ll find a lesson plan that explains how quadratic equations can be solved using the zeroes form and the vertex form along with tips on a follow-up lecture to help students check their work. The grade level is approximately 9th grade.
This article contains a lesson plan that explains how to solve polynomial equations with the general quadratic model y = ax2 + bx + c.
This article outlines an art lesson plan in which the art teacher introduces students to the concept of community and the work of Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson.
This article is of a lesson plan that shows students how to solve systems of equations using the substitution method and the intersection method on the graphing calculator.
If your students are already adept at solving basic quadratic equations by hand, it’s only fair you now teach them a way in which they can solve graphic equations using the graphing calculator’s intersection finder.
This article outlines a lesson plan in which students are shown how to use a graphing calculator to solve linear and quadratic equations.
Let’s share a lesson plan focused on teaching high school students (9th-10th grade) the rectangular coordinate system (e.g., the x,y plane), the distance formula, and the midpoint formula.
In this four-part series on the art of advertising, students will continue their learning about ad design and further apply what they learned by creating a collage that conveys the message of a “dandy ad.”
In this four-part series in art and advertising, students will learn what a Dandy Ad is, participate in discussions, create collages and brainstorm on art and the advertising world. First let’s start with identifying a Dandy Ad!
In this lesson, the students will apply what they know about the persuasive power of images and text in advertising by planning their own “Dandy Ad” promoting a healthy habit or positive message.
This article provides an overview of some of the main safety considerations middle and high school teachers need to make in order to maintain a safe and hazard free classroom.
It is obviously vital to ensure that you handle any potential hazards in your art classroom with care and minimize the risks for your students. Here are a few tips to help you maintain a safe environment.
This article explains some of the health and safety hazards elementary art educators need to be aware of in order to ensure their classroom is safe and hazard-free.
Help your students learn math concepts by integrating them into art lessons. From shapes and patterns, to fractions and ratios, you’re students won’t even realize they are learning!
These three tips can help any educator, although they are specifically for the art teacher, who has some special considerations to keep in mind. Keep your classroom running smoothly and your students productive with some simple techniques.