Archives

Recent Posts
Nearpod Lessons
Desmos Activities
Cathy’s Math 8 Kahoots!
Cathy’s Algebra 1 Kahoots!
Tags
 #MTBoS
 Activity Builder
 ADE
 Algebra
 anchoring activity
 annotate
 app
 assessment
 Aurasma
 blog
 Book Creator
 Cathy Yenca
 communication
 Dan Meyer
 Desmos
 DocAS
 error analysis
 Explain Everything
 FactorMan app
 formative
 HMH Fuse
 homework
 iBooks
 iMovie
 iPad
 iPadpalooza
 Kahoot!
 Keynote
 mathycathy
 NCTM
 nearpod
 neu.annotate+
 Pi Day
 PreAlgebra
 problem solving
 Qrafter
 QR code
 QR codes
 quadratic
 review
 Socrative
 STAAR
 Tackk
 techchef4u
 technology
 text book
 thatquiz.org
 thinglink
Using Keynote To Explore Math Relationships Visually
Category Archives: Algebra 1
Using Kahoot! Challenges and Desmos BREAKOUT to Revisit and Review… and a shoutout to #DesmosInTexas
My Math 8 students took their state STAAR test this past week (SIDE NOTE: This testing season marks lap#5 of my students using the Desmos Test Mode app on iPads as well as a TI graphing calculator while taking the … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1
2 Comments
Using Apple Classroom for “Stand & Talks”
Sara VanDerWerf claims that “Stand & Talks” are “the best thing she ever did to get students talking to one another” and I believe her. For this 201819 school year, I’ve implemented “Stand & Talks” intentionally (though, moving forward, I … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1
Leave a comment
#MathResourceRoundup – Pythagorean Theorem
I thought it would be fun (and useful!) to choose upcoming math topics and share resources we love to use with students as we explore these topics. I don’t use everything I find or create every year, but it’s nice … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1
4 Comments
Break the Chains and Get More Mobile!
We all do *things* in our classrooms that are simply *normal* to us as teachers… it’s what we do every day… effective routines and strategies that we do because that’s what we do. Some of these seemingly *normal* things, when … Continue reading
The Surprisingly Motivating, Impromptu, xWords Challenge.
At the start of a lesson yesterday, I showed this image from MathHooks.com to students and asked them to Stand & Talk about it. After returning to their seats (they’re seated in groups comprised of 34 students), student groups shared … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
Leave a comment
Yes We Did! No He Didn’t.
Yes We Did! Recently, we had the pleasure of a classroom visit from Jenny Wales! My students were honored to have a Desmos Expert stop by and see us in action. Students found creative ways to “put the point on … Continue reading
Fluency, Concepts, and the Order of Things
I’m back in the groove with a fantastic newtome crew of learners, spending short snippets of time on Twitter… and neglecting to blog! It’s time to hammer down several threads that resonated with me and recent experiences with my own … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
Leave a comment
Too Mathy, Too Techy.
Every time I attend a conference, I have a mini identity crisis. When I attend math conferences, I thrive on the content and pedagogy shared. It’s amazing. My brain is filled with strategies and tasks that inspire and equip me … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
2 Comments
The MindBlowing Power of a Global Community of Educators: #ADE2018
Every time I try to sit down and compose a blog post about last week’s Apple Distinguished Educator Global Institute… I can’t. It’s not that I don’t want to! I *literally* can’t type the words. Even with every letter in … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
Tagged #ADE2018, #AppleEDUChat, #EveryoneCanCreate, #KeynoteForMath, Apple, Keynote
Leave a comment
Summer 2018 Plans & Goals
Since today’s the Summer Solstice, I hope you’re officially enjoying your break. I won’t rub it in that our students’ last day of school annually is prior to Memorial Day. Whether you’re just getting used to that alarm clock NOT … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra 1, PreAlgebra
Tagged #MTBoS, Desmos, homework, iPadpalooza, LearnFest, LearnFestATX, Twitter
Leave a comment