World’s Steepest Hill – Baldwin Street

When we teach students about Slope / Gradient , we have to show them the live examples of Slope in real life.

Click here to watch steepest hill.

By Ramanathan Posted in MATH Tagged

Application of Probability in Multiple Choice Questions

Application of probability in Multiple choice questions:
For students Probability of answering (rightly) one question is 1/4 , answering wrongly is 3/4.

If you take around 10 questions in a question paper , the max probability goes to the teacher. Only if the students are lucky or know answers correctly they will be the winner.

In general question paper setter gets max probability.

There is one way of making students to get the max probability – if we ask the question like choose the wrong answers then there will 3/4 chances of wrong answers in that way students get answers mostly right.

Game Based Learning

I introduced Game Based Learning (GBL) in my classroom.
The actual purpose is to my make students to learn math concepts in fun way.

Tips to introduce games in classroom