This is a geometry dictionary developed by students taking a GeoSET course. For each term you can see presentations developed by students as they work to make sense of the idea.
Copies of exams used for a GeoSET course are available under this link. They are in PDF format and can be viewed and/or printed with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
A sampling of candid comments by students about their experiences using the GeoSET course materials can be seen through this link..
Illustrative examples of CD problems, 4-step problems, and projects are given.
"Basic Ideas" projects are presentations developed by students to creatively express their understanding of the big ideas underlying geometry. Topics chosen are among those which students often find difficult or confusing.
Beautiful examples of mandalas, borders, and Escher style tessellations can be seen through this link.
This page has links to examples of geometry project assignments and many really imaginative student creations in response to these assignments.
Imaginative examples of students' creations which relate geometry and literature can be accessed through this link.
This is Liz Wilner's personal list of favorites from children's literature with mathematical content.