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Connecting Art to Mathematics: Activities for the Right Brain (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Hal Torrance

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This innovative approach uses fun art activities to teach broad math concepts. Recommended for grades 4-8.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1943 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 94 pages
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B005AWOMHU
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Amazon.com: 4.2 étoiles sur 5  4 commentaires
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for getting young artists interested in math 19 avril 2013
Par Sonja Bethel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I chose one activity to do with my 2 sons (ages 7 & 8), the older being the right-brained one. He said he liked the lesson of making the 3D shapes, getting a new perspective of an old lesson. This book is inspiring, causing me to think creatively like my son! If your child has been labelled, or is seen as not smart, or constantly compares himself with sibling(s), I invite you to give these activities a try. If a concept he was taught is not "getting in", read thru this book. If you don't find he exact lesson you need, you may be able to come up with one based on the ideas and tips presented. I know we will eventually do all these (& more) in our homeschool! Thank-you, Mr Torrance!
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 √ Use Both Sides of your Brain! 19 juin 2014
Par Bassocantor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This is a very creative discussion of ways that people learn, and how to integrate left side/right side thinking when learning mathematics. A variety of fun exercises are included to help the student learn in a creative way. I think the author is one very creative, very wise instructor. He clearly understands the ineffectiveness of the "lecture model" school of instruction.

► GENERAL IMPRESSION ◄
This is not a trivial book. One might be fooled into thinking so, because it's not filled with equations, logic, analysis, etc. Do not be fooled into thinking that way. If you think the points raised are insignificant, use your right brain more!

► WHY YOU SHOULD BUY THIS BOOK ◄
This book is filled with a creative understanding of learning, and fun ways to explore different learning methods. You will likely get some good ideas or inspiration for new ways to learn.

► TOP 3 THINGS I LIKED ◄
♦ Discussion of how student learn, and understanding of the very short attention span of learners. "When designing experiences for whole-brain learning, sometimes less is more."
♦ Fun and creative exercises, discussed in detail, along with materials needed, etc.
♦ Funny illustrations.

► RATING OF KEY FEATURES ◄
♦ Readability: Well-written. I liked the "recap" sections. Good idea!
♦ Quality of Charts/Figures: Funny illustrations with funny-named people.
♦ Quality of Table of Contents: Extensive.
♦ Quality of Editing: Good writing style.
♦ Thoroughness of Index: n/a
♦ Usefulness: Very useful and a lot of fun!

► ANY SPECIAL FEATURES ◄
This is an unusual book, trying to coax us to think differently. "The brain likes new experiences," and that is what this book is--a new experience!

► SUMMARY ◄
All in all, an outstanding book. I am still pondering some of these ideas. Well written, well-edited, very informative. This book reminds me of the classic writings by the famous educator, Mortimer Adler. He understood the need to get ALL of the student involved in learning, and recognized how poorly the lecture model works. His classic work on how to understand a book is, "How to Read a Book: The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading."

√ Recommend!

♫ A Review by Chris Lawson

Note: I do not know the author of this book, and no one requested I write this review.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 √ Engage BOTH sides of your Brain! 19 juin 2014
Par Bassocantor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is a very creative discussion of ways that people learn, and how to integrate left side/right side thinking when learning mathematics. A variety of fun exercises are included to help the student learn in a creative way. I think the author is one very creative, very wise instructor. He clearly understands the ineffectiveness of the "lecture model" school of instruction.

► GENERAL IMPRESSION ◄
This is not a trivial book. One might be fooled into thinking so, because it's not filled with equations, logic, analysis, etc. Do not be fooled into thinking that way. If you think the points raised are insignificant, use your right brain more!

► WHY YOU SHOULD BUY THIS BOOK ◄
This book is filled with a creative understanding of learning, and fun ways to explore different learning methods. You will likely get some good ideas or inspiration for new ways to learn.

► Top 3 Things I liked ◄
♦ Discussion of how student learn, and understanding of the very short attention span of learners. "When designing experiences for whole-brain learning, sometimes less is more."
♦ Fun and creative exercises, discussed in detail, along with materials needed, etc.
♦ Funny illustrations.

► RATING OF KEY FEATURES ◄

♦ Readability: Well-written, but the formatting made it a little tougher. I liked the "recap" sections. Good idea!
♦ Quality of Charts/Figures: Funny illustrations with funny-named people.
♦ Quality of Table of Contents: Extensive, but the formatting seems to run together.
♦ Quality of Editing: Good writing style; problems with Kindle formatting.
♦ Thoroughness of Index: n/a
♦ Usefulness: Very useful and a lot of fun!

► ANY SPECIAL FEATURES ◄
This is an unusual book, trying to coax us to think differently. "The brain likes new experiences," and that is what this book is--a new experience!

► Suggestions for Improvement◄
♦ Minor nit: The formatting seems a little off. Normally, there are page breaks, or clear demarcations between major sections. In the Kindle edition, anyway, the sections tended to be pushed too much together. Hey, wait--was that a trick to see if I was thinking too much using "left brain?"
♦ The book ended abruptly--no summary. This struck me as odd.

► SUMMARY ◄

All in all, an outstanding book. I am still pondering some of these ideas. Well written, well-edited, very informative. This book reminds me of the classic writings by the famous educator, Mortimer Adler. He understood the need to get ALL of the student involved in learning, and recognized how poorly the lecture model works. Here is a link to his classic work on how to understand a book:

How to Read a Book: The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading (A Touchstone book)

Here are some other works by this author:

Money, Budgeting, and Consumer Math: with Examples, Problems, and Explained Solutions
College Math Concepts For Middle School Students: A Stress-Free Approach To Broad Math Understanding

√ Recommend!

♫ A Review by Chris Lawson

Note: I do not know the author of this book, and no one requested I write this review.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointed 9 novembre 2013
Par G Reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
While there are a couple of ideas I will try, overall the book has little to offer. The drawings are less than impressive. I was disappointed.
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