Teachers should be using more real-world topics and real-world based questions in math classrooms. Real-world problems can help students understand why they are learning such a topic in school. This practice will help students expand their learning experiences beyond the classroom and find solutions to real problems. If teachers were to incorporate more real-world topics into math classes, such as geometry, students would understand why they are learning such rigorous topics in school. In the Geometry class this semester we have been exploring geometrical transformations and the students had a wonderful experience incorporating the concepts into real life situations. They worked on a project in which they designed logos and posters using the concepts they had learnt which really had a positive impact on their understanding of the subject matter.