Class Page
for
Brian R. Lawler
EMAT 6680 Weekly Assignments
Graphs: An Investigation into the Algebra of Sine
and
Cosine


Student Learning: Quadratics in a Technologically
Enhanced
Environment


Some Different Ways to Examine Quadratic
Equations


An Interesting Triangle


A Collection of Geometer's Sketchpad Scripts  
More Geometry Problems  
Tangent Circles  
Altitudes and Orthocenters  
Pedal Triangles  
Parametric Equations: An Investigation into the Coefficients on Sine Functions  
Polar Equations  
Follow the Bouncing Slinky 
Final Writeup
An analysis of 3 points on a plane.

Some links I visit frequently:
Rethinking Mathematics Education  EMAT 8990 course offered Spring 2001, organized by myself, Amy Hackenberg, and David Stinson 
Critical Pedagogy (at University of ColoradoDenver) 

My beliefs about learning and knowing align closely with radical constructivism. This is a wonderful jumping off point to begin to learn about the theory. 

Rethinking Schools 
Rethinking Schools is a group of Milwaukeearea teachers, hoping not only to improve education in their own classrooms and schools, but to help shape reform throughout the public school system in the United States. The group is committed to equity and to the vision that public education is central to the creation of a humane, caring, multiracial democracy. 
FairTest  The National Center for Fair & Open Testing (FairTest) is an advocacy organization working to end the abuses, misuses and flaws of standardized testing and ensure that evaluation of students and workers is fair, open, and educationally sound. 


My professional association (for people interested in math education) 

Proud to say here is where I am currently absorbing knowledge. 

The research project I am currently working on. 

GraphoftheDay  Some intriguing graphs are posted here each day (the Pacific Tech website) 
Math Forum (alias Geometry Forum) 
get answers!!! (enough said about that...) 


MacTutor History of Mathematics Site  St. Andrew's University 

Comments? Questions? Send me an email at blawler@coe.uga.edu 
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