Course Information:
Progress Chart

Print out the chart below to keep track of your progress through the Geometry online course. It is also availiable in PDF format.

 Session 1: What Is Geometry? Part A: Quick Images Part B: Building from Directions Part C: Folding Paper Part D: Basic Objects Homework

 Session 2: Triangles and Quadrilaterals Part A: Different Triangles Part B: Linkage-Strip Constructions Part C: Building Towers Homework

 Session 3: Polygons Part A: Hidden Polygons Part B: Classifying Polygons Part C: Definitions and Proof Homework

 Session 4: Parallel Lines and Circles Part A: Introduction to Geometer's Sketchpad Part B: Parallel Lines Part C: Circles Part D: Thinking with Technology Homework

 Session 5: Dissections and Proof Part A: Tangrams Part B: Cutting Up Part C: The Midline Theorem Homework

 Session 6: The Pythagorean Theorem Part A: The Pythagorean Theorem Part B: Proving the Pythagorean Theorem Part C: Application of the Pythagorean Theorem Homework

 Session 7: Symmetry Part A: Line Symmetry Part B: Rotation Symmetry Part C: Translation Symmetry and Frieze Patterns Homework

 Session 8: Similarity Part A: Scale Drawings Part B: Similar Triangles Part C: Trigonometry Homework

 Session 9: Solids Part A: Platonics Part B: Nets Part C: Cross Sections Homework

Session 10: Classroom Case Studies

 Grades K-2: Part A: Geometry as a Problem-Solving Process Part B: Developing Geometric Reasoning Part C: Activities That Illustrate Geometric Reasoning Homework

 Grades 3-5: Part A: Geometry as a Problem-Solving Process Part B: Developing Geometric Reasoning Part C: Activities That Illustrate Geometric Reasoning Homework

 Grades 6-8: Part A: Geometry and Reasoning Part B: Developing Geometrical Reasoning Part C: Problems That Illustrate Geometric Reasoning Homework