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Monthly Archives: February 2013
I love teaching mathematics, but I have to tell you… teachers of other subjects seem to be able to use iPads to make a lot more “fun” and “creative” projects than I have ventured to try for Algebra and Pre-Algebra … Continue reading
When folks ask me about the impact having 1-to-1 iPads this year has made in my classroom, the very first thing I mention is the iPad’s power in the realm of formative assessment. When folks ask me about my planning … Continue reading
My algebra students have been studying transformations of quadratic functions – most specifically, how does changing “a” and/or “c” in a quadratic function written in the form y = ax^2 + c impact the graph when compared to the graph … Continue reading
Not many 24-hour timeframes are as epic as the one I just experienced. Besides wearing my usual “hats” of wife, mother, and teacher, I’ve gotten to wear 3 more, and I like the way they fit! #3 – Panelist! This … Continue reading
I showed the following Dan Meyer vid to my 8th graders this week as we dove into volume and surface area. Their responses were… well, characteristic of 8th graders: a) What’s wrong with the video? Why did it … Continue reading