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Incorporating math-related children’s literature in math teaching at home and in the classroom can pique children’s interest in mathematics and help them better understand math notions. According to one experimental study, not only did the use of geometry-related children’s literature significantly ameliorate children’s achievements in geometry, but it also led to considerable amelioration of their […] The post Best Geometry Books for Kids appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
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In geometry, learning how to find and use slopes of lines to solve mathematical problems as well as identify their uses in the real world is one of the most important lessons in units about parallel and perpendicular lines.n 4 5 6  7  8  Although this topic can be challenging for geometry students, there are […] The post Find and Use Slopes of Lines appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
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When learning about congruent figures in geometry, students learn how to label shapes with tick marks to show side and angle congruence. Though these beginning lessons on congruent figures may seem challenging for some students, teachers can help out in a variety of ways! So if you’re teaching congruent figures, we bring you a few […] The post Teaching Congruent Figures appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
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After students familiarize themselves with congruent figures, they move on to triangle congruence by ASA and AAS. More specifically, they learn how to prove triangles are congruent using ASA and AAS. If you’re teaching this topic and wondering how to make these lessons accessible and exciting for your students – we’ve got you covered! Use […] The post Triangle Congruence by ASA and AAS appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
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In geometry, students learn about perpendicular and angle bisectors. They become proficient in applying theorems about perpendicular bisectors, as well as in applying theorems about angle bisectors. To make perpendicular and angle bisector lessons more interesting, math teachers and homeschooling parents can employ diverse teaching strategies, including more engaging teaching and interactive games. Read on […] The post Teaching Perpendicular and Angle Bisectors appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
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3y ago
In earlier lessons, students have familiarized themselves with perpendicular and angle bisectors. They’re now ready to learn about bisectors in triangles, and more specifically, how to apply the properties of perpendicular and angle bisectors of a triangle. Although teaching bisectors in triangles can be challenging, there are some ways to make your lesson more interesting. […] The post Teaching Bisectors in Triangles appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
Geometry Coach Blog
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3y ago
Incorporating math-related children’s literature in math teaching at home and in the classroom can pique children’s interest in mathematics and help them better understand math notions. According to one experimental study, not only did the use of geometry-related children’s literature significantly ameliorate children’s achievements in geometry, but it also led to considerable amelioration of their […] The post Best Geometry Books for Kids appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
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3y ago
When students start learning about proving theorems, they already have some knowledge of what a theorem is. For example, they’ve come across the Pythagorean Theorem in earlier grades. Much of their work in geometry will consist of proving theorems. And even for the best of math students, this can be a bit of a challenge! […] The post Proving Theorems in Geometry appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
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In advanced geometry lessons, students learn how to prove lines are parallel. More specifically, they learn how to identify properties for parallel lines and transversals and become fluent in constructing proofs that involve two lines parallel or not, that are cut by a transversal. For many students, learning how to prove lines are parallel can […] The post How to Prove Lines Are Parallel appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more
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When building arguments, mathematically fluent students can understand and use definitions, assumptions, and facts. They can justify their statements and conclusion by relying on logic. This is why it’s important to teach logic in math. This of course includes teaching logic in geometry as well. But if you’re a math teacher, you are probably aware […] The post Teaching Logic in Geometry appeared first on GeometryCoach.com ..read more

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