Monthly Archives: January 2013

(Digital) Curriculum

Me and the digital curriculum: I have a job. I teach math. I also dabble in the world of teacher technology integration. I have a love/hate relationship with it. Things I love:1. I love that technology opens doors for exploration … Continue reading

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Scientific Notation

I tried this in my Prealgebra class when we were studying scientific notation to help them understand the value of scientific notation. I opened the discussion with this slide to see if any of them made a connection with the … Continue reading

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Abstraction

Sometimes, things do not go according to plan. I had a great plan for today to have a concept quiz over Special Right Triangles.  Between the flu knocking out half of the class, the first friday after break and the … Continue reading

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Don’t Tell ‘Em

Do we have to teach anything? I mean, really. Is there a way to have students create learning more often? Can I create )or find) more activities where they construct and abstract information using scaffolding than I currently provide? I … Continue reading

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