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Lately, busy days lead to spits and spurts of reflection and PD rather than lengthy blog posts. I love this time of year – I feel like my students and I know each other well, and expectations are clear all … Continue reading
My Algebra students completed a cooperative quadratic QR-code walk-about 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 QR-codes, which revealed practice … Continue reading
There aren’t many strategies that tell me more about student thinking than “error analysis” opportunities. When students “grade” another hypothetical student’s work, there’s something special about the experience – students’ senses are heightened. They’re on a quest for truth. They … Continue reading
A wacky schedule is looming, and not every class will meet this Wednesday. My clever student-teacher, Lauren, has decided to use the class periods we *will* meet with to design a little extra practice a-la Bingo games. Today over lunch, … Continue reading
How fun! This QR code generator is going to add a whole new level of creativity and beauty to the QR codes I use, as well as those generated by my students. Here is one I just … Continue reading