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Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives in Math: Part 3
This is Part 3 of a series of posts on whatâ€™s out there and how teachers might utilize these resources that mesh Indigenous perspectives with the learning and teaching of mathematics. Each post in the series will highlight three resources: … Continue reading
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Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives in Math: Part 2
This is the second in a series of blog posts on resources that incorporate Aboriginal perspectives into lessons, units, videos, activities. Each post in the series will highlight three resources: the first two resources are mathspecific, the third is crosscurricular. … Continue reading
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Tagged #FNMI, #FNMIed, Alaska, dice games, geometry, guessing games, wigwametry
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Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives in Math: Part 1
There are so many quality resources available to mathematics teachers of any grade level that incorporate the Aboriginal perspective into lessons, units, videos, activities. So many to choose from, in fact, that I will be starting a series of posts … Continue reading