
TheMint.org  Ideas for Teachers  Credit: Buy Now & Pay Later
Has some activities about using credit cards and making decisions.

@fawnpnguyen we have standards we create ourselves. this is our current working list: https://t.co/f0uaWdI

Favorites: Piecewise Functions « X Y Pi
Explains how she teachers piecewise functions.

Round the Room Activity  Using Intercepts to Graph  Walking in Mathland
Graphing using the x and yintercepts activity.

Teaching Statistics: My Favorite Friday #5
How @druinok does her Day 1 with Algebra 2.

Coefficients of Determination: RACKO
RACKO has students put 8 cards in order.

5 Ways Math Can Improve Your Life  MSN Living
My sister just sent me this article: 5 Ways Math Can Improve Your Life http://t.co/U3Myzde

Facebook Privacy Settings for Students  YouTube
If you were going to educate teens on Facebook privacy settings, would this be what you'd say? http://t.co/jG3Khpmr

@park_star @lmhenry9 playing with interest is good for practicing percents. Sadly, rates are so low this happens http://t.co/f40TNWOi

Made It. Ate It. Loved It.: Sweet and Sour Chicken
@jreulbach @Fouss @lmhenry9 I know you will appreciate the comments on the blog regarding Celsius/Fahrenheit http://t.co/EINcYMh9

Individual  Money Math: Lessons for Life
From the Treasury

Mint and Scholastic's plans for teaching money management.

Thirteen Ed Online  Original Lesson Plans
Lesson plans on financial management  grade levels included.

NEFE High School Financial Planning Program
Website Glenn recommended  provides free materials. @lmhenry9 Lisa, if you need some material for FREE go to the NEFE site and order stu books and teacher materials. http://t.co/MaLL1wlY

Family Economics and Financial Education
Univ. of Arizone website for Financial Management Curriculum

New Year, New Mindset  Pi Crust
Mindset coaching

square root of negative one teach math: Made 4 Math: Two PIzza Boxes and a Hot Glue Gun
Privacy Dividers for Test Day

#Made4Math Monday – Blind Draw « the radical rational…
Give students a drawing and have them describe it using only geometric terms.

Practice using a BINGO format. Well done.

From a Math Class: Made4Math Monday #3?
Jeopardy Review Game

Has a link to a right triangle trig tarsia puzzle
Sunday, August 26, 2012
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