Hypertext Math Paper: Conclusion Page
   
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WHAT?
Finally, you've come to your conclusion. On this page you want to summarize the mathematical concepts you discussed in this Web site.

You need to talk about every page that you have created so far, making links back to each page by choosing words within your writing to make into hyperlinks.

SO WHAT?
You also need to talk about why all of this is interesting or important for you. What did you come to understand in a new or interesting way?

What mathematical thinking or habits of mind did you demonstrate in this work? (See to the right)

What are you the most clear about? What do you understand with the most confidence?

NOW WHAT?
Of all of the work in this project, which mathematical concepts are still a bit unclear to you? What might you have worked more on to get a better understanding?

In addition to the mathematical concepts that we asked you to focus on in these Web pages, what other mathematical concepts might you use to think about your String Art project?

What other mathematical ideas might you explore if you were to continue this project?

 

Think about including the three or four most important or interesting images from all of your Hypertext Math Paper.

Which inserts helped you to think about this work the most? Which helped you explain yourself the most clearly?

Create hyperlinks to all of the pages in your Hypertest Math Paper, which should already be saved in your stringart folder:

theme.htm

process.htm

description.htm

length.htm

slope.htm

position.htm

systems.htm

graphing.htm

substition.htm

elimination.htm

transformations.htm

reflections.htm

rotations.htm

translations.htm

dilations.htm

 
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Habits of Mind

GENERAL HABITS:

  • Searching for Patterns
  • Performing Experiments
  • Describing Ideas & Processes
  • Playing with Ideas
  • Visualizing Things, Ideas, Relationships, Processes
  • Making & Checking Conjectures
  • Guessing
  • Turning to Resources

MATHEMATICAL HABITS:

  • Classifying
  • Analyzing
  • Synthesizing
  • Abstracting
  • Representing
  • Using Multiple Representations
  • Algorithmic Thinking
  • Visual Thinking
  • Making Connections
  • Proving

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