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West Shore Shoppers' Guide, April 22, 2012

West Shore Shoppers' Guide, April 22, 2012

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Manistee County Surveyor Patrick Bentley keeps a close eye on the students tomake sure they properly utilize the equipment.
Hands-on lesson
Bear Lake High School trigonometry students put classroom work to the test
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BEAR LAKE — Manistee County sur-veyor Pat Bentley often remembers sittingat a desk in his high school trigonometry class wondering where he would ever useany of that material when he was in thereal world. What he never imagined was severalyears later it would be something hewould be using on a daily basis in his jobas a surveyor. When Bentley heard aboutthe Trig Star program several years agohe quickly realized it would be the perfectvenue for teaching high school studentsabout the importance of trigonometry.For the past eight years, Bentley hasbeen visiting the functions, statistics andtrigonometry class of Lavon Jonson atBear Lake Schools to present the Trig Starprogram. It is something Jonson and thestudents have met with open arms.“The Trig Star program is sponsoredby the National Society of ProfessionalSurveyors and has surveyors coming intotheir local schools and introducing thestudents to the surveying and mappingprofessions,” Bentley said. “I came in yes-terday, and we did an introduction on thebasics and how we use math in it. I canremember being in a math class like thatin high school and having no clue whereI would use any of this, but I ended upusing it daily in my job.”Bentley said the second part of theprogram is the one the students really look forward to taking part in. It is theopportunity to gain that hands-on experi-ence.“The second day is when we have thefun because I bring the surveying equip-ment in, and we use it outside. They turnsome angles, take some measurements,and we create some problems for them tosolve. They actually gather the data, andsolve the problem from the trigonometry she is teaching them.” Another part of the program is in thenear future Bentley will return to Jonson’sclassroom to administer the Trig Star test.This is an opportunity for the students tocompete against others across the stateand nation for cash prizes.“It is a one-hour universal exam that isgiven all over the state,” Bentley said. “Ata small school like Bear Lake they have between eight and 15 kids that are goingagainst some big schools that may have acouple hundred kids taking part in it.”Jonson pointed out that Bentley’s visits are a perfect way to drive home theimportance of trigonometry beyond theclassroom.“It gives them a taste of the real world,” Jonson said. “The competition onthe test is pretty good, and we have a stu-dent in the class this year whose brotherdid real well on it a few years ago, and sheis hoping on beating his record.“Pat does a really good job of dem-onstrating, and showing what they havelearned.”Jonson said that she hopes to continuethe program into the future because of thegood response the students have given itover the past eight years. It is another out-standing example of hands-on learning.
Students view the readings that thecomputer on the equipment prints out.
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