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Gallová, Mária, Ed.; Guncaga, Ján, Ed.; Chanasová, Zuzana, Ed.; Chovancová, Michaela Moldová, Ed. – Online Submission, 2013
Purpose: The purpose of this scientific monograph is to show new and creative approaches to different school subjects in primary and secondary level. Methodology: Interdisciplinary and international comparative approaches were used. Now according to the 7th Framework Program, the preferred form of Science Education (www.scientix.eu) is preferred…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Interdisciplinary Approach, Intellectual Disciplines, Comparative Analysis
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Mejia-Arauz, Rebeca; Rogoff, Barbara; Dexter, Amy; Najafi, Behnosh – Child Development, 2007
This article examines how 31 triads of 6- to 10-year-old children from 3 cultural backgrounds organized their interactions while folding Origami figures. Triads of children whose families had immigrated to the United States from indigenous heritage regions of Mexico (and whose mothers averaged only 7 grades of schooling) coordinated more often as…
Descriptors: Cultural Differences, Children, Immigrants, Group Activities
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Cipoletti, Beth; Wilson, Nancy – Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 2004
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (1989) proposes using everyday objects, such as paper, to enable students to explore geometric relationships and vocabulary. Paper-folding and other types of hands-on activities have been found to increase students' ability to communicate mathematically and foster their understanding of mathematical…
Descriptors: Geometric Concepts, Geometry, Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Mastin, Marla – Teaching Children Mathematics, 2007
This article presents a way to engage students in mathematics learning by using the innovative instructional method of storigami. The author shares reactions from teachers who have used her storigami techniques in their classes and provides an example of storigami using the Norwegian fable "The Dog and the Mountain." (Contains 6 figures.)
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Cooperative Learning, Teaching Methods, Mathematics Instruction
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Whalen, D. Joel, Ed. – Business Communication Quarterly, 2009
At the 2008 Association for Business Communication (ABC) annual convention in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, many attendees stood at the back of a crowded room to hear over a dozen teachers describe "My Favorite Assignment." As is customary in these lively sessions, the chair, Dan Dieterich, orchestrated a fast, efficient presentation pace; each…
Descriptors: Conferences (Gatherings), Assignments, Business Communication, Teaching Methods
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Costello, John – Mathematics in School, 1985
Shows how to construct a cube using Origami techniques. Also shows how, by identifying analogous features, to construct an octahedron. (JN)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Geometric Constructions, Geometry, Learning Activities
Baranova, Daira; Bottomoley, Alice; Brock, John; Shappo, Natalia – 2002
This lesson plan was developed through "Economics International," an international program to help build economic education infrastructures in the emerging market economies. It provides a lesson description; economic concepts; content standards and benchmarks; related subject areas; instructional objectives; time required for lesson…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Curriculum Enrichment, Economics, Economics Education
Meenan, Liz – Mathematics Teaching, 2001
Describes how origami can be used to help elementary school students learn geometrical concepts of shapes in two and three dimensions. Discusses equilateral triangles, Stars of David, rhombuses, and spirals. (MM)
Descriptors: Art, Elementary Education, Geometric Constructions, Geometry
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Morrow, Lesley Mandel – Language Arts, 1979
Discusses flannel board stories, prop stories, puppet stories, chalk talks, storytelling through photographs, sound stories, music stories, "cut" stories, and Origami stories. (DD)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Language Arts, Literature Appreciation, Music
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Huse, Vanessa Evans; And Others – Teaching Children Mathematics, 1994
Describes geometry-related activities that explore tessellation patterns and use origami and paper to create three-dimensional figures and pop-up cards. (MKR)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Elementary School Mathematics, Manipulative Materials, Mathematics Education
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Sabbah, Daniel – Cognitive Science, 1985
Summarizes an initial foray in tackling artificial intelligence problems using a connectionist approach. The task chosen is visual recognition of Origami objects, and the questions answered are how to construct a connectionist network to represent and recognize projected Origami line drawings and the advantages such an approach would have. (30…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Processes, Computer Graphics, Geometry
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Heukerott, Pamela Beth – Arithmetic Teacher, 1988
Describes origami, the oriental art of paper folding as an activity to teach upper elementary students concepts and skills in geometry involving polygons, angles, measurement, symmetry, and congruence. (PK)
Descriptors: Algorithms, Class Activities, Elementary Education, Elementary School Mathematics
Pearl, Barbara – 1994
This perfect bound teacher's guide presents techniques and activities to teach mathematics using origami paper folding. Part 1 includes a history of origami, mathematics and origami, and careers using mathematics. Parts 2 and 3 introduce paper-folding concepts and teaching techniques and include suggestions for low-budget paper resources. Part 4…
Descriptors: Art Activities, Elementary Education, Geometry, Integrated Activities
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Yuzawa, Masamichi; Bart, William M.; Kinne, Lenore J.; Sukemune, Seisoh; Kataoka, Minako – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 1999
Explored the effect of folding traditional origami forms on size comparison strategies among 4- to 6-year-old Japanese and American children. Found that girls in particular improved superimposition skills through practice, and children's use of superimposition strategies rather than less effective strategies also increased. (JPB)
Descriptors: Child Development, Cognitive Development, Influences, Young Children
Brand, Judith, Ed. – Exploratorium Magazine, 1999
Exploratorium Magazine communicates ideas that exhibits cannot easily demonstrate, extending the museum beyond its physical walls. This issue takes an in-depth look at the science and history of paper. Topics include: (1) Fascinating Facts about Paper; (2) A Closer Look at the Paper in This Magazine; (3) Handmade Paper; (4) Paper Airplanes; (5)…
Descriptors: Art Materials, Elementary Secondary Education, Exhibits, Learning Activities
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