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Author Archives: Cathy Yenca
Sharing My Learning Curve
Psssst… it’s me… you know… the math teacher that writes a post, say… twice a year anymore? And IT HAS BEEN A YEAR. Grateful to be on THIS SIDE of it with you! *WHEW* In my last two notsorecent posts, … Continue reading
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A Fork is not a Spoon
In my last post, I shared briefly about workflow and tools during our continued COVIDteaching time. This. Is. Hard. Teachers across our nation and globe are finding themselves teaching under varieties of circumstances with challenges that test our every limit. … Continue reading
Reflect and Share: Workflow
Why do I blog? Simply stated, I blog to both reflect and to share. However, in recent days, weeks, months… heck, we’re almost to the point where I can say for a whole YEAR it has been tough to just … Continue reading
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First Quarter SY 2021
Whelp, would you believe we’ve made it through the first quarter of this (don’t say it… don’t say it…) UNPRECEDENTED school year. For me, the year started with three weeks of 100% virtual learning. All teachers and all students learned … Continue reading
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BacktoSchool From Home
The summer of 2020 felt sort of like “the summer that wasn’t”. We didn’t do any of our usual traveling or visiting family. The days sort of ran together much of the time, with the exception of watching the news … Continue reading
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Bringing SY 20192020 to a Close: Reflections… and Desmos
Several weeks back, I packed up my classroom. Frozen in time, everything was set up and ready to go for teaching on Monday, March 23, postspringbreak… that day had LOOOONG come and gone, though my classroom was ready to propel … Continue reading
Desmos From a Distance
Here in Texas, we received official word from our governor that our classrooms are closed for the remainder of the school year. We knew this was coming. It still stings. Such an abrupt ending to the communities we’ve built since … Continue reading
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How To Be an Online Teacher in X Simple Steps
JUST KIDDING! That catchy title doesn’t begin to give justice to the hardworking colleagues I have the pleasure of planning with… the ones in my PLCs locally, AND the global ones who have been sharing about their experiences to help … Continue reading
TRUE or FALSE? Independent Events… and Socrative
Years ago when I had the pleasure of serving as a “math coach” in the Bethlehem Area School District in Pennsylvania, I learned a clever way to expose students to independent events. A colleague of mine provided his students with … Continue reading
How We Do “Four Corners” to Move & Talk About Mathematics
Search for the terms “Four Corners Classroom” online and you’ll find variation after variation of this cooperative learning strategy. The way we do “Four Corners” in my little corner of the world has evolved over the years. It’s one of … Continue reading
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