As an action-based learning tool Mathomat can deepen student understanding of most of the secondary mathematics curriculum. This session gives an overview of the new V2 Mathomat template and student manual through the following visualisation strategies; Replacing shape prototypes with analytical thinking, understanding what angles are when measuring them, construction of a unit circle-based sine function for solving trigonometry problems and use of Mathomat number lines to make mental calculations visible. We introduce activities that define transformations as isometries of the plane and the concept of using symmetry groups to unpack all possible symmetry operations in Mathomat.
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