Circle theorems are one of those topics in Geometry that don't have a lot of application but is a great unit to "think" about math. I don't give a test over this unit, I have my students write a choose your own adventure story (linked below) to demonstrate their understanding. I also have explorations and… Continue reading Circle Theorem InfoNotes & Activities

# Tag: Circle Theorems

## Circle Theorem Explorations

The circle theorems unit is one where I question when we will use it but see the value in helping students explore and think. One way I like to do this is by having them explore the theorems and record what they notice. I use Geogebra for the explorations. Some of these are ones I… Continue reading Circle Theorem Explorations

## Choose Your Own Adventure

This has become one of my favorite projects to do. I stole the idea from Matt Miller in his book Ditch That Textbook. As Alice Keeler often says, you shouldn't have 30 of the exact same thing and with this project, you have 30 unique stories. I've done this with Algebra when we review solving… Continue reading Choose Your Own Adventure