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  • Ken Williams *

    • Hampton, United States
    • Male
    • School Teacher
    • Member Since: November 1, 2015
    • A quote from Pope Francis: Education cannot be neutral. It is either positive or negative; either it enriches or it impoverishes; either it enables a person to grow or it lessens, even corrupts him. The mission of schools is to develop a sense of truth, of what is good and beautiful. And this occurs through a rich path made up of many ingredients. This is why there are so many subjects because development is the results of different elements that act together and stimulate intelligence, knowledge, the emotions, the body, and so on. If something is true, it is good and beautiful; if it is beautiful; it is good and true; if it is good, it is true and it is beautiful. And together, these elements enable us to grow and help us to love life, even when we are not well, even in the midst of many problems. True education enables us to love life and opens us to the fullness of life.
  • My Published WebQuest(s)

  • Golden Proportion: The Quest For Fibonacci
    This is an exploration of mathematical occurrences in everyday life using the Fibonacci sequence
    Subject: Math | Grade: 6-8
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 410 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • House Design
    Everyone has an idea about what they would like their dream house to look like, so lets design it!
    Subject: Math | Grade: 6-8
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 498 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Geometry In The World
    This WebQuest is all about how geometry can be found in the world around us. It is designed for students to use the web in order to find images in art, architecture, nature, and beyond. The students will then show how the images they have chosen rela
    Subject: Math | Grade: 6-8
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 395 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Trigonometry Project
    This webquest will teach students how to use trigonometric ratios to solve real world problems.
    Subject: Math | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 394 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Adding Fractions
    This web quest will teach how to add fractions with the same denominator and fractions with unlike denominators.
    Subject: Math | Grade: 6-8
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 395 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Fractions Are Fun!!!

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    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 614 | Favorited: 1 | Reviews: (0)
  • Fractions Are Fun Part Ii

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    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 452 | Favorited: 1 | Reviews: (0)
  • Pi Day Pies!
    This webquest is designed for students to learn how to convert fractions in real life situations. Brought to you by Mrs. Foglia and Mr. Williams
    Subject: Math | Grade: 3-5
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 410 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Algebra And Fractions

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    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 716 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Mrs. Potchatek: The Crusades
    This lesson examines the causes, events, and consequences of the Crusades.
    Subject: Social Studies | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 334 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Solving Equations
    Solving Equations whether it be one-step, two-step, or multi-step equations. Rearranging literal equations and formulas.
    Subject: Math | Grade: 9-12
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 298 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)
  • Linear Equations And Graphs
    This Webquest gives you the opportunity to explore the different forms for writing linear equations, the properties that linear equations have and the graphs produced by different types of linear functions.
    Subject: Math | Grade: 6-8
    Author(s): Ken Williams
    Views: 0 | Favorited: 0 | Reviews: (0)