Learning Modules for Ratios and Proportions

Our friends at the Ohio Resource Center have developed two new learning modules on the topics of ratio and proportion. These two stand-alone learning modules for ratios and proportions are online tutorials that provide engaging interactive problems, immediate feedback to answers, and real-world applications. Mathematics educators who are teaching or reviewing the often hard-to-learn topics can encourage their students to use the modules to support their learning. Each module comes in two formats. In the Student version, the user must correctly answer check-for-understanding questions before proceeding. In the Teacher version, the user can proceed without answering questions. Educators can direct students to a particular chapter within a module, or they can incorporate an entire module into their lesson plans.

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4 thoughts on “Learning Modules for Ratios and Proportions

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