A Classroom Based on Discovery and Hands-0n Learning



Nothing is better than a hands-on activity to reinforce the concepts of Geometry.  DCC mathematics teacher Alena Park shows students how to construct a three-dimensional object by gluing together multiple equilateral triangles inscribed within circles.  In photo, sophomores work on constructing their three-dimensional products.  Park adds, “My classroom is based on discovery and hands-on learning, giving students a chance to apply what they are learning in a concrete and meaningful way.”



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