The Euclid Project

The Euclid Project invites students to ponder, question, speculate, and discover for themselves the theorems and definitions of Euclidean Geometry. Students use Geometer's Sketchpad as their electronic “tabula rasa” to illustrate geometric proofs. Based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, students apply their knowledge of concepts through worksheets and problems designed to tap the higher-order cognitive skills of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Thinking skills are also addressed through the writing component, in which students compare and contrast two or more concepts.

The Euclid Project invites students to ponder, question, speculate, and discover for themselves the theorems and definitions of Euclidean Geometry. Students use Geometer's Sketchpad as their electronic “tabula rasa” to illustrate geometric proofs. Based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, students apply their knowledge of concepts through worksheets and problems designed to tap the higher-order cognitive skills of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Thinking skills are also addressed through the writing component, in which students compare and contrast two or more concepts.

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