Syllabus 206 two and threedimensional areas and volumes and applications C) Other geometric topics-toplolgy, tessalations, fractals D) Perspectives on geometry in society http://www.nmc.edu/~mnelson/Syllabus206.html
Extractions: Prerequisite Courses *The Transfer of NMC courses is determined by the transfer institutions in cooperation with NMC. To check the transferability of this course, visit the web site: http ://www.nmc.edu/~counsel/#transfer The Text Mathematics for Elementary Teachers and a TI 83 calculator. Materials: Scissors, colored pencils, notebook, Computer floppy disk
Totally Tessellated Guestbook We are here during our geometry class because we are doing a section on tessalations.We haven't seen much of the site yet, but so far so GOOD. http://hyperion.advanced.org/16661/gather/guestbook/
AMU CHMA NEWSLETTER #5 (5/25/1990) mathematics, in J.Hoyrup; Mathema tics, Algebra and geometry the Mathematical androtational symmetries, repeated patterns on a strip, tessalations in the http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/AMU/amu_chma_05.html
Extractions: Members: Hilda Lea (Botswana), George Njock (Cameroon), Maassouma Kazim (Egypt), Salimata Doumbia (Ivory Coast), J.Mutio (Kenya), Mohamed Aballagh (Morocco), Lawrence Shirley (USA), Abdoulaye Kane (Senegal), Geoffrey Mmari (Tanzania), Mohamed Souissi (Tunisia), Venie Timkumanya (Uganda), Claudia Zaslavsky (USA) TABLE OF CONTENTS NEWSLETTER #5 Objectives of AMUCHMA Meetings 2.1 Papers presented at recent meetings Current research interests Suggestions for further research 4.1 Hypatia of Alexandria (c.370-415 a.d.) Education Have you read? Notes and queries Anouncements ... back to AMUCHMA ONLINE 2. MEETINGS 2.1 PAPERS PRESENTED AT RECENT MEETINGS * At the 2nd East African Symposium on Current Research Trends in Mathematics, Computer Science and Mathematics Education (Arusha, Tanzania, September 11-16, 1989), a paper by Paulus Gerdes "On Mathematical Elements in the Tchokwe 'Sona' Tradition" (Cf. : 5, AMUCHMA
Math Web Sites Math History. The Chance Database. EMath. Fractals. K-12 Statistics. The Mathematicsof Cartography. The Mathematics of Rainbows. geometry through Art. tessalations. http://www.geocities.com/goncetraining/math.html
Mathematics Interactive geometry with JavaSketchPad Explore geometrical shapes such as the Totallytessellated Fascinating collection of tessalations, details about the http://www.chalkface.net/pagecopy/subjectitems/maths01.htm
Math Web Sites The Mathematics of Cartography; The Mathematics of Rainbows; geometry throughArt; Sorting and Predicting; tessalations; Math Games; Ms Hoffmann's Math Puzzles; http://www.wcsd.k12.ms.us/shs/tlcf/econner/math.htm
William E. Brunz David A. Reid has written a project covering Transformational geometry that includes toidentify basic types to symmetry through the tessalations, as well as http://www.kcmetro.cc.mo.us/pennvalley/math/eisen/96/williamb.htm
Sarah And Lynne&’;s Tessalations Tessellations in geometry. By Sarah Kelley and Lynne Murphy. Introduction Wehave been learning about tessellations in our geometry class. http://chs.osd.wednet.edu/nadelson/chsscimath/Tessellations98/Sarah Katie and Ly
Extractions: Tessellations in geometry Lynne and I are juniors at Capital High School. We have been learning about tessellations in our geometry class. We learned how to make the tile and how to tessellate it. A tessellation is when you cut out a shape and trace it on paper. when you trace it you do it in a repeating pattern so that there is no open space. The pattern has to have definition so that you can see what it is and it has to have contrasting color. Very famous Tessellations were done by Escher Our tile started out as a square. We cut out the top and one side. We paste the top to the bottom and the one side to the other side. Our tile now is in the shape of an elephant Our tessellation is a translational that means that there is a series of pattern. The pattern of an elephant repeats over and over to make it a tessellation. In this project we learned what a tessellation was and how to make them. We learned how to make a tile that tessellates properly.We learned how this relates to our geometry class.
The Genuine Geniosity And Associate Some of the most fameous tessalations were invented by MC Escher. GeometricOf, relating to, or according to the methods or principles of geometry. http://chs.osd.wednet.edu/nadelson/chsscimath/TESSELLATION 2000/J&Gtess/genuine_
Extractions: Introduction Our assignment was to create a tessellation and design a web page explaining how to create our tessellation. In this web page we will briefly explain tessellations and will show you each of the tessellations we created and how to create them yourself. For this project, we will show you how we created tesselations from equilateral triangles. You can make tessellations out of any geometric shape that will tessellate on its own. Some of the most fameous tessalations were invented by M.C. Escher. this is a tessalation of a kangaroo-like creature. It was made with geometer's sketchpad These are the steps for creating Brian's tile. It was creating with Geometer's Sketchpad. This is James finished tile. it used to be a triangle now its a kangaroo. This is Brian's finished tile. It originated from an equilateral triangle. I think it looks like a swan. This is Brian's finished tessellation. I used Appleworks to color the tessellation.
Math/Chem/Comp 2000 Th., and Sachs, H., On Spectra of Polyhedra and Hexagonal tessalations on Torus. Kilic,S., and Krotscheck, E., Helium Dimers and Trimers in Confined geometry. http://mcc.irb.hr/text_old.html
Extractions: Monday, June 19, 2000 OPENING CEREMONY Morning Session: Mathematics in Art, History, and Sciences Poster Session: Posters remained exhibited till Tuesday evening Afternoon Session: Discrete Mathematics and Topology in Chemistry and Physics Tuesday, June 20, 2000 Morning Session: Mathematical Chemistry and Physics Afternoon Session: Computations and Modelling in Science and Technology Wednesday, June 21, 2000 Morning Session: Session on Advanced Materials (organized by Zorica Crnjak-Orel , Edward C. Kirby, Stane Pejovnik, and Aleksandra Turkovic) - Part I Poster Session: Posters remained exhibited till Thursday evening EXCURSION Mali Ston Vila Koruna
Terry's Favorite Top Ten is mostly science interactive activities but also has a geometry center with topicspresented at all grade levels tangrams, tessalations, origami, geodesic http://eisen.kcmetro.cc.mo.us/99/terryg.htm
Resources For Secondary Math Teachers-99 Algebra, Trigonometry, geometry, Calculus and higher are the some areas cross topicspresented at all grade levels tangrams, tessalations, origami, geodesic http://eisen.kcmetro.cc.mo.us/99/secmath.htm
IC Links Mapping. Math Links. geometry Activities. Math. Language Arts Links. Poetry. Geography/SocialStudies Links. Math Links. tessalations and Symmetry. History Links. http://www.mhasd.k12.wi.us/ic/ICLinks/
Extractions: History Links Wisconsin Native American Native Americans/Archeology Civil War Dustbowl Days Science Links Simple Machines Wetlands Oceans/Density Electricity ... Clouds and Weather Geography/Social Studies Links Wisconsin Government Wisconsin Tourism Mapping Math Links Geometry Activities Math Language Arts Links Poetry Parts of Speech Fifth Grade Links Language Arts Links Parts of Speech Science Links Birds/Bird Identification Geology Sites Light and Sound Migration ... Cow Eye Dissection Geography/Social Studies Links Math Links Tessalations and Symmetry History Links Castle / Medieval Links for All Game Sites Research Sites Online Student Portfolio Back
TitleIRileySummer02 activities. (Try geometry/tessalations, Ms. King. Lemonade Standis also fun.). Play the Math Puzzler for Classroom Prizes! Week http://www2.milwaukee.k12.wi.us/title_i/Web_Pages/titleirileysummer02.htm
0 I've created examples of tessalations for 6th grade to do on their own outside ofworking with K students. They will enjoy this combining art with geometry. http://lilinote.k12.hi.us/STATE/ATR/imathref.nsf/0c4ab3777fd31ccf0a25699e00012ea
Math Web Sites EMath. K-12 Statistics. The Mathematics of Rainbows. geometry through Art. tessalations.Math Games. Online Reference to Math Problems. Mr. Titen's Math Page. http://www.rcsd.k12.ms.us/departments/td/EducationalTechnology/Internet/math.htm
Gigi Pitts' 6th Grade Math Page Mathematics of Rainbows; geometry through Art; Sorting and Predicting;tessalations; Math Games; Ms Hoffmann's Math Puzzles; Shack's Math http://www.rcsd.k12.ms.us/~web48/web_gpitts/MathPage.html
Page Not Found Solano, Geraldine. Exploring geometry Through tessalations. Steffan, Donna.Developing LearningCentered School Libraries (pdf format). Stephens, Tammy. http://confreg.uoregon.edu/necc2001/NECC_CD/presents/sessot.htm
Optical Illusion Art As students work with the software they appreciate how geometry is used to Theseillusions are done with tessalations using gradients to achieve the value http://www.cs.brown.edu/stc/outrea/greenhouse/nursery/optical_illusions/home.htm
Extractions: The following activities are designed to be taught independently as well as together for a more comprehensive understanding of Optical Illusions. I hope they meet with the needs of any teacher who is interested finding new ways to integrate disciplines within curriculum lesson plans. All of these activities are taught by Visual Arts teachers Judith Keenan and Susan Petrarca to the general population of students at West Warwick High School. We see these students as the future generation of art appreciators. The "student outcomes" of this lesson are as follows:
Teacher Page Block Day. MATH 7. CW tessalations. HW Weekly Challenge 11 assigned. Friday.MATH 7-. CW Career Day/ Bring geometry project stuff. ART 6- Split Image. http://rusd.marin.k12.ca.us/delmar/teacher/snyder/snyder.htm
Extractions: Mr. Snyder Class Information Announcements Assignments Class Information Announcements Upcoming Assignments/Announcements 7th grade math This week we begin a new chapter. Chapter 7, The Class Tournament 6th grade art Perspective- Students will learn the techniques of using a horizon line vanishing points and straightedges to create the illusion of 3 dimensional space on a 2 dimensional surface. Students will then use this knowledge to create a cityscape in perspective. 7th grade art NEW PROJECT - Self Portraits- Students will embark on an exploration of the face as told through proportion and direct observation. They will be completing many studies of their own image and learning about the proportions involved in creating a face that "looks correct" Students will also learn methods to create the elements of the face such as the eyes, nose and mouth using shape. This unit will culminate with the creation of a large scale charcoal self portrait. 8th grade art Seurat Pointalist Paintings- Students will learn about the french artist Seurat and his innovations and techniques using small brushstrokes or dots of paint to create a large painting. The dots he used would blend together when viewed from a distance to create the mixing of colors normally achieved by actually mixing the paint on a pallete.