Hello fellow math and numeracy practitioners,

I am excited to tell you that there is a *NEW* resource available to us and our learners on LINCS!  It is Space Math @ NASA, it introduces students to the use of mathematics in today's scientific discoveries.    It can be found at:  learner.lincs.ed.gov/resources/math

I have been teaching about x- and y- coordinate planes so I am going to look at incorporating the Challenge 1 (lesson) - Working with Geographic Coordinates so that students can compare and contrast another coordinate system.

If you use a lesson - let us know!  

Keep up the productive struggle!

Brooke Istas,
Moderator

 

Comments (1)

Kathy_Tracey's picture

Hi Brooke, 

Thanks for sharing this resource! I had time to look through this and loved the puzzles. https://spacemath.gsfc.nasa.gov/weekly/10Page52.pdf

What a great way to build critical thinking, tie math skills with science (solor storms) and build reading skills. This site is full of gems like this. 

Kathy