Presentation Title

The Fibonnacci Sequence

Start

10-1-2020 3:00 PM

End

10-1-2020 4:00 PM

Short Description

The presentation will show how teachers can increase student ability to reason logically and make appropriate applications to interdisciplinary studies such as Art, Music, Anatomy and Physiology, and Microbiology. Teachers will be presented with tools and strategies that students can use to increase their understanding of the mathematics topics address within the curriculum and use standards or mathematical practices to complete associated tasks.

Abstract

The session will provide a detailed summary about the significance of Number Puzzles such as the Fibonacci Sequence and Pascal’s Triangles. The audience that it is intended for is Educators, Parents, and Students is Education. The presentation will include a 17 page powerpoint that details the application of Number Puzzles using the Fibonacci Sequence in conjunction with Pascal’s Triangle. Participants will be given activities that they can use for virtual and or in-class instruction. The attendees will then be offered the opportunity to ask questions regarding the presentation and application process. The application to research and scholarship is that it leans itself to expansion of ideas and concepts that are both concrete and abstract in nature. The content provided through the presentation will provide another tool in the tool box for mathematics application and implementation into the educational arena. This level of application directly relates to the conference theme of Distance Learning because it provides resources that can be useful in a virtual setting thereby allowing it to be used also in the distance learning space.

Format

Pearls of Wisdom

Institutional level targeted

K-12

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Oct 1st, 3:00 PM Oct 1st, 4:00 PM

The Fibonnacci Sequence

The session will provide a detailed summary about the significance of Number Puzzles such as the Fibonacci Sequence and Pascal’s Triangles. The audience that it is intended for is Educators, Parents, and Students is Education. The presentation will include a 17 page powerpoint that details the application of Number Puzzles using the Fibonacci Sequence in conjunction with Pascal’s Triangle. Participants will be given activities that they can use for virtual and or in-class instruction. The attendees will then be offered the opportunity to ask questions regarding the presentation and application process. The application to research and scholarship is that it leans itself to expansion of ideas and concepts that are both concrete and abstract in nature. The content provided through the presentation will provide another tool in the tool box for mathematics application and implementation into the educational arena. This level of application directly relates to the conference theme of Distance Learning because it provides resources that can be useful in a virtual setting thereby allowing it to be used also in the distance learning space.