## There are many links on the Schedule page.## Geometry LabsMuch of the work we will do is based on my book Angles: Chapter 1 Puzzles: Chapters 2, 4 Polygons: Chapter 3 Symmetry: Chapter 5 Triangles and Quadrilaterals: Chapter 6 Tiling: Chapter 7 Area: Chapter 8 Pythagorean theorem: Chapter 9 Similarity and Scaling: Chapter 10 ## Henri Picciotto’s Math Education PageSome of the work will be based on material that is available elsewhere on my Web site. On some of those topics, there are many more documents available on the site than you have in your packet. You'll also find teacher notes, some answers / solutions, and pedagogical / philosophical comments. Relevant pages for additional materials and ideas: Geometry Labs Template documentation General Special papers Angles
Symmetry home page (includes a unit for grades 4-6, parts of which would be great for middle school) Geometric puzzles home page (especially pentominoes and supertangrams) Not exactly geometry, but hands-on and visual: Fraction Arithmetic on Grid Paper See also the GeoGebra page on this site. If you'll be teaching a high school geometry courseA blog post about a geometry book that influenced me a lot. Proof Urban School’s Math 2 (when I worked there) See also Transformations for transformational proof Cutting a rectangle, rearranging the pieces to make a square: solution in two cuts, three pieces ## Working with Pentominoes## by Henri PicciottoAvailable from Didax. Includes an interactive DVD of the whole book which allows you to project any page, solve puzzles on-screen, search, and more. |

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