Curriculum and Lessons

Curriculum:

Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning

Kuyers Mathematics is a mathematics curriculum resource funded by the Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning. It is a fresh approach to mathematics, designed to be both interesting and applicable to the world we live in. It integrates a Christian approach, using mathematics to think about and better understand God, his creation, and our place and calling in the world.

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Lessons

From GodandMath:

Flatland: A Project of Many Dimensions

Math and Music

Serving Through Statistics

Defining Geometry Christianly

From www.WhatIfLearning,com:

Community and Math: What if math created a community in which all could achieve?

Math and Giving: What if a math lesson helped students to think about giving?

Math Questions: What if math caused students to ask big questions?

Math and Justice: What if teaching percentages were about people’s lives?

Pie Charts and Giving: What if making pie charts were connected to giving?

Percentages and Injustice: What if teaching percentages made students aware of injustice?

Math and Forgiveness: What if success in math depended on forgiveness?

Graphs and Delight: What if learning about graphing led to delighting others?

Pie Charts and Truth: What if pie charts were about facing truth?

Math and Measuring: What if math raised questions about what we can measure?

From Brent Luman:

Galileo’s Parabolas

Kepler’s Laws

Newton’s Unifying Equation

Other:

Essential Questions (Pre-Cal Lesson) by Chris VanSlooten

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