Ch 12

It used to be that last chapter in the geometry book, and we all did the M.C Escher project to go with it.  Now it’s up front, and for some awkward.  Let’s fix that.

I’m working on a text, and invite others to join.  It’s about how transformational geometry can act as a glue for secondary mathematics.  In other words, it’s the why behind the new found prevalence of transformations throughout the math curriculum and standards in middle and high school.

I plan to help deepen my own understanding through this articulation, and welcome the participation of others.  If you’re interested in this ordeal, shoot me a message:



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