Geometry: Seeing, Doing, Understanding by Harold Jacobs presents a revolutionary approach to teaching geometry. The subtitle Seeing, Doing, Understanding reveals the sequence of teaching presented in this course. With thousands of photographs, diagrams, and figures the student is presented with a visual feast illustrating the subject matter in a dynamic way that does not require long pages of explanation. After engaging with the material visually, the learner is directed to relevant, practical, real-life exercises that help the student practice the new concepts directly. This process of seeing and doing leads to the ultimate goal in mathematics: understanding. Where many geometry textbooks focus on memorization and examples, this text presents engaging, carefully sequenced, and structured concepts that lead the student to discover ideas for themselves. After 40 years in the classroom, the third edition of Geometry: Seeing, Doing, Understanding remains one of the great geometry books of all time.
The Answers to Exercises for Geometry: Seeing, Doing, Understanding contains answers to every question in the textbook. The volume also presents further explanations of key concepts and many entries illustrating the historical significance and little known facts of the subject matter.
The Improved Test Bank for Geometry: Seeing, Doing, Understanding has tests and answers for each chapter, as well as mid-year and final exams.
Daily Lesson Plans for Jacobs' Geometry presents an easy-to-follow lesson plan with daily assignments. Covering the 16 chapters in 151 days, this lesson plan helps the student stay on track to complete one high school credit in geometry.