Geometry: Tips, Tools and Models

Geometry is everywhere, in the natural and manufactured world. Students engage with patterns, designs, and shapes. They are able to discover and recognize angles, curves, and lines in their everyday lives in the classroom and beyond. Many of the properties and relationships we teach in the geometry strand K-12 can be modeled or demonstrated using everyday, inexpensive materials. Laurie shares and demonstrates her favorite tips, tools, and models for helping all students see the beauty of geometry! Learn some positive practices that you can use with your students to build understanding. 

Dr. Laurie Boswell

Award-winning math teacher, trainer and Big Ideas Math® author

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Geometry is everywhere, in the natural and manufactured world. Students engage with patterns, designs, and shapes. They are able to discover and recognize angles, curves, and lines in their everyday lives in the classroom and beyond. 

Many of the properties and relationships we teach in the geometry strand K-12 can be modeled or demonstrated using everyday, inexpensive materials. Laurie shares and demonstrates her favorite tips, tools, and models for helping all students see the beauty of geometry! Learn some positive practices that you can use with your students to build understanding. 

In this webinar replay you will learn: 

  • How to increase awareness of geometry in our everyday lives
  • Approaches for making and collecting models
  • Templates for tools and models to use in your classroom
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