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Tuesday, February 13

  1. page home edited Learning Mathematics with Scratch Programming (LOGO) ... to Scratch. Actually, this site is i…

    Learning Mathematics with Scratch Programming (LOGO)
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    to Scratch. Actually, this site is in transition to going offline.
    As a result, I am thinking about where (and if) I will move this information. See this article about the closing details. https://planeta.com/wikispaces/

    As time permits, I will upload new activities with teacher notes.
    Program for Google Word
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    Turn Rhombi Teacher Notes
    Professional Development Day - Dayton Ohio - GooglePalooza 2017
    Wikispaces is closing. As a result, I am thinking about where (and if) I will move this information. See this article about the closing details. https://planeta.com/wikispaces/
    This wiki contains a series of Turtle-Math geometry lessons. While many folks might recall learning about Logo in the 1970's or the 1980's, it is one of the most effective computer environments for learning the basics of shape and measurement. Accurate planning and writing of Logo code requires a practical and first hand knowledge of right triangle mathematics. The following series of lessons will challenge learners of all ages. Note that the graphics for my lessons were taken on either a Mac or PC running Terrapin Logo. The Topic Tool Matrix provides an overview of the mathematics content and vocabulary found in each lesson and the turtle commands that are introduced. The matrix also includes a correlation between the lessons and the CCSS.
    Logo Lessons 1-8 Full Text
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  2. page home edited ... Turn Rhombi Teacher Notes Professional Development Day - Dayton Ohio - GooglePalooza 2017 W…
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    Turn Rhombi Teacher Notes
    Professional Development Day - Dayton Ohio - GooglePalooza 2017
    Wikispaces is closing. As a result, I am thinking about where (and if) I will move this information. See this article about the closing details. https://planeta.com/wikispaces/
    This wiki contains a series of Turtle-Math geometry lessons. While many folks might recall learning about Logo in the 1970's or the 1980's, it is one of the most effective computer environments for learning the basics of shape and measurement. Accurate planning and writing of Logo code requires a practical and first hand knowledge of right triangle mathematics. The following series of lessons will challenge learners of all ages. Note that the graphics for my lessons were taken on either a Mac or PC running Terrapin Logo. The Topic Tool Matrix provides an overview of the mathematics content and vocabulary found in each lesson and the turtle commands that are introduced. The matrix also includes a correlation between the lessons and the CCSS.
    Logo Lessons 1-8 Full Text
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    4:31 pm

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Tuesday, November 28

  1. page Circles edited ... The last step is to calculate the missing value in the forward command: 90*? = 109.9 so ? = 1.…
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    The last step is to calculate the missing value in the forward command: 90*? = 109.9 so ? = 1.22 steps
    The result will be Repeat 90 [fd 1.22 rt 1]
    This YouTube video reviews the information above in the Scratch program.
    [[media type=youtube key=hndyiFYaQuM width=448 height=251 width="448" height="251"]]

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Monday, November 27

  1. page home edited ... Scratch Programming (LOGO) This site is in transition from Logo to Scratch. As time per…

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    Scratch Programming (LOGO)
    This site is in transition from Logo to Scratch.
    As time permits, I will upload new activities with teacher notes.
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    6:24 pm
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  3. page Transformations edited ... Initial lesson Post date - November 3, 2012 Revision date - Fall 2017 ... in Logo? {LogoL…
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    Initial lesson Post date - November 3, 2012
    Revision date - Fall 2017
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    in Logo? {LogoLessons9-15_Fall2017_Final.docx}
    {LogoLessons9-15_Fall2017_Final.docx}

    A Section of the Lesson Follows
    A rotation requires three pieces of information.
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    6:23 pm

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