Types of questions or activities that can be used to help students practice modeling linear situations, or assess their understanding of linear models.
A list of “hidden” learning objectives for teachers to choose among when developing a linear equations problem or project.
A list of GeoGebra applets that help students better understand the relationship between the coefficients in an equation and the corresponding graph.
Explanation of key linear equation concepts: slope, intercepts, and equation forms. Discussion of how slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and standard form are related to one another. Includes general descriptions of the various starting points a student is likely to encounter in problems, and how to proceed from there.