A. Kim Moore-ETEAMS role, Program Manager
B. Tonya Jeffery- ETEAMS role, Co-Pi
II. Rep-tile Mathematics
What is a rep-tile in mathematics?
What kinds of patterns can we discover with rep-tiles?
III. Exploring Reptiles
How can you determine the area and perimeter of these shapes?
What relationships do you see between the area and perimeter of the smaller and larger shapes?
IV. Rep-tile Challenges
Can you create a similar 2 dimensional figure from nine congruent smaller figures?
What strategies can you use to solve this problem?
V. Evaluating Rep-tiles
How can you use rep-tiles to teach perimeter, area, dimensional change, angle measurements, attributes of polygons?
How can you use rep-tiles to teach about mathematical problem solving?
VI. Rep-tile Resources
VII. Planning Time
VIII. Final Thoughts and Questions?