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Aboriginal Perspectives is a companion web site to Math Central. It is part of Mathematics with a Human Face. The purpose is to create and make available lesson ideas for teachers, constructed around video clips with an Aboriginal focus. The site is under construction and in its infancy but the intent is that the number of video clips will increase and the lessons will span all areas of the curriculum.

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Karen designed this website to assist teachers and pre-service teachers in the area of mathematics from Kindergarten to Grade 12 . Here you will find a multitude of teacher resources to assist you in incorporating Aboriginal content in your mathematics program.

The atlatl and dart, the predecessor to the bow and arrow, was very important in the lives of Aboriginals in Saskatchewan and all over the world up until about 2000 years ago. Experiment based lessons allow students to learn about the science behind the weapon system that put humans on top of the food chain. Subject integrated lessons for grades 4-12 in the areas of math, science and social studies based on Saskatchewan curriculum objectives.
 Car Park Data (HTML or PDF)

This teacher has used information from cars in the school parking lot as an easily accessible resource from which to collect and process data.

Choose a few survey questions, find the mode of their results and then write a description of the typical or "modal" student in your class!

 Data Management Resources (HTML or PDF)

A collection of data management resources compiled by students in a senior education mathematics class taught by Vi Maeers at the University of Regina.

Calculating the area of a rectangles, circles, triangles etc.has been been a regular exercise for students of mathematics. Unfortunately much of the world is irregular in shape and design. This exercise introduces the students to estimating the area of irregular surfaces.

This is a collection of Aboriginal games that teachers can use to integrate culture into Mathematics lessons. The mathematical content includes patterns and relations, probability, data management, numbers and operations, problem solving, critical thinking, and geometry. Students will have fun with the games while they apply their mathematical knowledge.

A collection of activities which deal with graphing concepts. Debbie has gathered these activities from various sources and uses them in her middle years classroom.

This one of the articles in the twelth edition of Ideas and Resources for Teachers of Mathematics, a newsletter published by the Saskatchewan Mathematics Teachers' Society. In this article Rick and Nick, faculty members at the University of Regina, present a coach's preparation for a football game as an exercise in data management.

A collection of lessons which cover the topic of plane Geometry. Lessons introduce the Cartesian Grid, plotting points, graphing lines, Slope, Y -intercepts and more. Lessons include objectives, assignments, CELs and instructional guidelines. Quesions for an open book quiz are also included.

A mathematical role play using Lake and Island Boards where students plan to move from Jabberwocky to their new planet "New Jabberwocky". Activities included discussions and analysis about climate, population, distance, area and perimeter.

Liliane Gauthier has written a collection of performance stations for mathematics, grades 6, 7, 8 and 9. Many of the stations have been designed as assessment tools for the Saskatchewan curriculum but teachers may choose to use them as introductory activities, practice activities or centre activities. This document contain a description of performance stations and how they might be used for performance assessment. To go directly to the performance stations select a grade level from grade 6 , grade 7, grade 8 and grade 9.

This guide can be used by teachers in grades 7-9 to develop problem-solving and communicating skills through personal money management activities such budgeting and calculating, interest and compound growth and investing.

The Investor Education Fund is a not-for-profit organization funded by the Ontario Securities Commission. Its mandate is to promote financial literacy. One of the programs it sponsor is a cross-curricular teacher program. This teacher program includes free classroom-ready resources to develop students numeracy and financial literacy skills. Free paper copies can also be ordered.

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