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Monthly Archives: February 2014
Why Blog? Then vs. Now
Inspired by this post by Dan Meyer, an abrupt question from a colleague, and the fact that the ticker at the bottom of this page surpassed 1,000,000 earlier this week, the question of “why blog?” is a timely one. Yes, … Continue reading
Weird Stuff Kids Think
My Algebra students completed a cooperative quadratic QRcode walkabout type task the other day. They could work with a partner, use a graphing calculator, Desmos, the HMH Fuse app, their homework, notes… everything. They scanned various QRcodes, which revealed practice … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1
Tagged Algebra, assessment, communication, HMH Fuse, problem solving, QR code, QR codes
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ThingLink as Collaborative Work Space
I saw this ThingLink and was immediately inspired to give the strategy a try. Why not create a ThingLink to serve as a “collaborative plane” for my students? I jazzed up a “Unit Organizer” from the “Strategic Instruction Model” with some … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
Tagged assessment, communication, PreAlgebra, review, thinglink
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Teaser…
I may or may not know the math teacher in this video, featured by Querium in their firstever Tweet… Querium Corporation Launches TSI Math Prep for the New Texas College Placement Assessment http://t.co/g5QN1u71IP pic.twitter.com/6cT1pwt6GD — QueriumCorp (@QueriumCorp) February 5, 2014
Posted in Algebra 1
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