From time to time we get feedback from teachers about how they use our problems in
their classrooms. Some of this feedback comes in the form of
comments that visitors submit electronically
about our problems. At other times,
teachers send us correlations between our problems and their curricula.
You can see their suggestions—and submit your own!—by reading
the information below.
Correlations between Problems with a Point and MathScape (Grades 6-8).
Teachers in Brookline, Massachusetts, have suggested
our problems and MathScape. MathScape is a mathematics curriculum for
grades 6-8 developed by the
Seeing and Thinking Mathematically Project at Education Development Center
in collaboration with
Creative Publications. Funded in large part by the National Science Foundation,
the curriculum is published by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.
Do you have suggestions about how to use our problems in your curricula?
Send us your correlations!
You can take a look at
Brookline, Massachusetts, teachers’
favorite problems and at favorite problems
submitted by other readers.
Which problems are your favorites?
Send us a list of the problems you like best!