More trials! This time we need to figure out what to do if you don’t have all the things you’d like to have to perform your tests.
In this episode, Sabrina shows us what we need to think about when we start engineering something as huge and full of problems as a city!
In this lesson, students evaluate expressions with variables to compare the reading levels of famous speeches in American history and debate the virtues of complexity vs. popularity.
This lesson simulates a Search And Rescue (SAR) operation at sea in which the students are members of the Coast Guard.
Students time balls rolling down inclines of varying lengths and heights, then try to make inferences about the relationship among the variables involved.
This lesson provides an introduction to the use of variables, and develops students’ algebraic thinking.
Problems such as those in this activity help develop what students already know in preparation for writing equations and learning ways to solve for variables.