Content Pack Description
This course is designed to support instructors who are teaching elements of Euclidean geometry, from properties of triangles and circles to applications.
This online course module gives instructors and teachers the ability to use and modify content to create an introductory online course in Euclidean geometry, problem-solving, proof skills, and logical reasoning. Developed by University of Waterloo's Center for Education in Mathematics and Computing, this course contains a multitude of topics and uses various digital channels to choose from, to deliver course content. Progressing from a video on the history of Euclid and the work, "The Elements," to detailed visualizations of three-dimensional geometry, this content pack included with Möbius helps instructors and teachers pick, build, customize, and enhance courses to engage and challenge students fully.
Basic elements, angles, connecting side lengths and angles
Pythagorean theorem, Pythagorean triples, polygons
Trigonometry, Pi, chords, secants, and tangents
Cevians, circumcentres, incentres, and orthocentres
The Euler line and the nine-point circle, 3D geometry