Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Project #4

Project Based Learning Lesson Plan

picture of Ania's Stopwatch created using Desmos.com

Here is a link to my site where you will find my Project Based Learning Lesson Plan and supporting documents done collaboratively with Sarah Richerson. The project was more of a cad design project using math functions and an online graphing calculator. It takes a lot of thought by the students but is achievable. The final products should be useful for modern society or the future.
Tennis Racquet created on desmos.com

Here is a link to the project: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LT_utwSJnrsK9lH9HJaE2EufKJuF7peD0rZ8r4N3L1U/edit?usp=sharing
Here is a link to the rubric: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Nm6uBYbIJph6m2Gm3l7DS7GhdvvcL-XqygGYHFv88fs/edit?usp=sharing
Here is a link to the peer evaluation form: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uEXxl1YKenL28pWM7JStFCTg36GDYofQwciMK_zJbxs/edit?usp=sharing


  1. Hi Ramsey! Your link works perfectly, but I couldn't see your lesson plan once the page loaded. I'm very disappointed too because I really wanted to know more about math functions! That was a little sarcasm, Ramsey, if you couldn't detect it. :) Honestly, that lesson sounds really over my head, but I'm sure you could teach me how to do it! It definitely sounds challenging though!

  2. Hi Chea

    I apologize for that. I have tried the link again and added links directly to my drive if that still doesn't work. Please let me know if it is working for you now. And yes, it is challenging but possible.


    Ramsey Willis