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Numbers (this c-book evolved over all three cycles)

Designed and produced by the UK CoI

This c-book starts off with the simple observation that numbers can be written in various and diverse ways. It was selected as a starting point for the simplicity behind the domain to allow us to explore more the process of design with the project technology. Key elements behind the philosophy of this c-book are:

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Quadrilaterals

Designed and produced by the UK CoI (and Potsdam input)

This cbook would probably best be embedded in a lesson series on quadrilaterals. It provides a reasonably open environment to explore the classification, hierarchy and properties of quadrilaterals.
This cbook was created during the review meeting in London when Christian Bokhove and Ulli Kortenkamp got to talk about quadrilaterals. It is very experimental and tries to:

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Reflection

Designed and produced by the UK CoI

This c-book is a spin-off book from figure transformations and is created anew. It focuses on reflections. After an introduction with some multiple choice questions on lines of reflections it goes into several more open-ended activities with a geometry widget, a game element and a creation task

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Windmills

Designed and produced by the UK CoI

The main aim underlying the design of this c-book unit is to facilitate students to identify, explore and use mathematical concepts and relations behind the construction and operation of Windmills. The underlying narrative from ‘Windmills II’ concerning Don Quixote, a c-book created by the Greek CoI, was retained, as was the mix of ‘constructionist’ and ‘deconstructionist’ activities. As emphasised further down the Annex the biggest changes from the previous version concerned layout, feedback and scaffolding. The c-book follows the narrative of Don Quixote and, like the original Windmills II, follows five parts:

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