Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum

Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum

Course Information:
Progress Chart

Print out the chart below to keep track of your progress through the Measurement online course. It is also availiable in PDF format.

 Session 1: What Does It Mean To Measure? Part A: Comparing Rocks Part B: Which Rock Is the Largest? Part C: Nonstandard Units Part D: Summing It Up Homework

 Session 2: Fundamentals of Measurement Part A: Measuring Accurately Part B: The Role of Ratio Part C: Precision and Accuracy Homework

 Session 3: The Metric System Part A: Metric System Basics Part B: Metric Units Homework

 Session 4: Angle Measurement Part A: Angle Definition Part B: Angles in Polygons Part C: Geo-Logo Homework

 Session 5: Indirect Measurement and Trigonometry Part A: Indirect Measurement With a Transit Part B: Measuring Heights of Tall Objects Part C: Steepness and Trigonometry Homework

 Session 6: Area Part A: Measuring Area Part B: Exploring Area With a Geoboard Part C: Scaling the Area Homework

 Session 7: Circles and Part A: Circles and Circumference Part B: Area of a Circle Homework

 Session 8: Volume Part A: How Many Cubes? Part B: Volume Formulas Homework

 Session 9: Measurement Relationships Part A: Area and Perimeter Part B: Surface Area and Volume Part C: Designing a Water Tank Homework

Session 10: Classroom Case Studies

 Grades K-2: Part A: The Concept of Area Part B: Reasoning About Measurement Part C: Problems That Illustrate Measurement Reasoning Homework

 Grades 3-5: Part A: The Concept of Area Part B: Reasoning About Measurement Part C: Problems That Illustrate Measurement Reasoning Homework

 Grades 6-8: Part A: The Concept of Area Part B: Reasoning About Measurement Part C: Problems That Illustrate Measurement Reasoning Homework