Summer class uses fish to get students hooked on algebra

06/24/2014 | WCPO-TV (Cincinnati)

A summer class called Hooked on Algebraic Thinking offered at a Cincinnati school used aquatics to help students learn about algebra. The class involved the study of fish populations and an activity about proportional reasoning involving fish-shaped crackers and paper bags.

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