Knowledge of basic concepts is an essential component of language development. Basic concepts include terms that describe position, time, equality, quantity, and comparisons. These terms are commonly included in directions at home and especially in educational settings.
Project Based Learning: Obstacle Race Course with Area and Perimeter (PBL)
Let students learn how math concepts are connected to the real-world as they design their own OBSTACLE RACE COURSE! Focusing on Area and Perimeter means--Math is everywhere in this project based learning activity (PBL). Designing, creating, and problem solving are key features of this resource. Design An Obstacle Course! $
Be honest with yourself about what sparks you and take action on it. Don't worry about finding your one true "passion." That's too abstract of a concept to figure out logically. Instead, start by acting on the small things that excite you each day. - Get in the habit of recognizing and acting upon the small things that you feel drawn to. These things will lead you to the bigger, more meaningful things that you might define as your "passion" or "purpose." - This process works because excite