Wednesday, December 7, 2011

The Game of Poison

Today during our Math Team meeting, I taught my colleagues how to play the game of Poison.  I had recently taught the members of the Math Club how to play and thought it would be fun...

(To be continued...)

What am I learning about collaboration?
Sometimes something as simple as a Nim game can be a great way to get students and adults to start talking about math.  Who knew?

1 comment:

  1. Hi Anna. I think the direct connection to your question through the blue post enhances the post. Even figuring out directions together (as I stated in the Peg Puzzle from your last post) is a great way to get people thinking together. You imply it in your post: thinking together creates collaboration. What they’re thinking and talking about can be anything at all, even directions.