Ratio and Proportion

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Description

Play with the left and right hands in different ways, and explore ratio and proportion. Start on the Discover screen to find each challenge ratio by moving the hands. Then, on the Create screen, set your own challenge ratios. Once you've found a challenge ratio, try to move both hands while maintaining the challenge ratio through proportional reasoning.

Døme på læringsmål

  • Understand the concept of a ratio and use ratio language to describe a ratio relationship between two hand heights.
  • Understand the concept of a unit rate a/b associated with a ratio a:b, and use rate language in the context of a ratio relationship.
  • Recognize and represent proportional relationships between hand heights.
Version 1.0.1

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Designteam Tredjepartsbibliotek Takk til
  • Michael Kauzmann (developer)
  • John Blanco (developer)
  • Brett Fiedler
  • Emily B. Moore
  • Matthew Moore
  • Taliesin Smith
  • Amanda McGarry
  • Ashton Morris (sound design)
  • Dor Abrahamson and the Embodied Design Research Lab (UC Berkeley)
  • Clement Zheng, Peter Gyory, and Ellen Do from the ACME Lab (CU Boulder ATLAS Institute)
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