Ms. Ruther's class
Hello to all
This page is dedicated to my students.
My students will create content in various academic sections. Currently, they will be working on Basic Math, Algebra I, Simple Geometry, and California Math Standards.
Nobody learns as well as the person who is teaching. Once you know how to add 2 + 2, then you should teach that to another person.
First the class will have an overall topic outline. Within that outline, there are subtopics.
Since this is an open source portal, others may be writing on the same topic. One must first see if that topic has been started. If your topic is already written, you may edit the page if you can show that it is not readily understandable. Present your proof in your project paper.
You may also add something to an existing page such as comprehension exercises. Do an Internet search for "Gardner Multiple Intelligence" and "learning styles." Add content based on this. Simple hands-on projects are great. Have a check comprehension section at the end of your article.
If your topic is quite adequate and complete, choose another topic.
Read the help section before beginning anything on this site. The help tab should be at the top or side of this page.
This is a work in progress that will be used worldwide. Your contribution is meant to help others, free of charge.
Since you wrote the article, you understand the content and what you meant to say. Yet, the reader may not understand or may misunderstand. Keep the language as simple as possible. Your reader/audience may have limited English skills.
You are to have two people, who do not know the topic, read it and determine if they are able to learn without any outside help. A younger brother or sister is a great candidate to check reading and comprehension ease. Listen to what they have to say works or does not work for them. Edit your page until you reach this goal.
One final word, although you may use your textbook and other such materials, you may not place copyright material onto this site. You will have to reinvent the wheel. Although 2 + 2 is the same in every textbook, how you present that information is not the same. Do not violate copyright laws. Do not plagiarize.
Any teacher may use this page, but please do not edit the content. My students should check the history to see if anything was changed.