Leslie Howe planned to expand the computer lab activities for geometry and the others planned to evaluate the effectiveness
of the activities gathering information about student success and also requesting feedback from student from an open-ended written
Traveling Transversals, teaches students terminology related to parallel lines.
Angle Problems, using vertical angles, linear pairs and perpendicular lines.
Name the Parallels, teaches students to identify parallel lines from given information.
Parallel Problems, using angles formed by parallel lines.
Triangle Investigator (triangle inequality theorem & classification)
The Why and How of Congruent Triangles, analyzing given information to do with proof.
Quadrilateral quiz (definitions, true-false, properties)
Definitions, reviews students on initial terms and definitions.
Logic (converse, inverse contrapositive, truth tables, syllogism, detachment)
Mindpower, a logic game
Purloined Parts (overlapping triangles, gathering information for proofs)
Pythagorean Triples and the Pythagorean Theorem
Special Angles (30-60-90; 45-45-90)
Reflections (in a line or in a point)
Mathematica (slicing a cube-demonstration by J. Beckett)
Cabri (introduction and linear pair/vertical angles: a dynamic view)
Cabri (altitude, median, angle bisector, perpendicular bisector, in-circle, circumcircle, centroid, nine-point circle)
Peanut Software (Graphing 3-D), by Rick Parris (freeware)
Internet Exploration beginning at (../../mathlnk.htm)