My requirements are that it can't be made out of paper and has to contain radians, degrees, and ordered pairs.
See my previous posts here: Unit Circle Art I, II, and III.
This is the rubric I used to grade them and they later taped into their INB.
Is it weird that y doesn’t equal something with a square root of 3? Since it’s a 30,60,90? Also why does putting it over square root of 3 work? Or is this wrong pic.twitter.com/o1yXYwmXUK— Elissa Miller 🦄 (@misscalcul8) September 3, 2018
I used these from @MrsNewellsMath last year and my kids grasped it! https://t.co/thop7WWrmR— Breanna Davis (@MissDavisSCSD) September 3, 2018
hmm, could you collect some sort of student survey data? perhaps something about rating themselves as mathematical communicators before and after deployment of whiteboards?— Geoff Krall (@geoffkrall) August 23, 2018
Perhaps how "fluid" their thinking was while using the whiteboards (the word "fluid" may require some unpacking )— Geoff Krall (@geoffkrall) August 23, 2018
What about their confidence and willingness to make mistakes while trying something new?— Jae Ess (@jaegetsreal) August 23, 2018