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Student-driven learning in the math classroom

I get to work with teachers of all grade level and all content areas. That’s one of the best aspects of my job. I normally don’t like to make generalizations, but just this once I’m going to. In my experiences, … Continue reading

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“But that’s not how I learn” – Part 2 of What Student-Driven Learning Really Looks Like

I have had the pleasure of working with an Algebra 2 teacher this year at Crowley ISD in Texas. She applied for a Dell Certified Eductor program in her district and attended my two-day kick-off last fall. She admitted that … Continue reading

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Math Apps, cont. (plus some other stuff)

I hadn’t planned on researching more math resources this week, but a fantastic fifth grade teacher asked me to find something for her accelerated math students.  And here is a little secret that most wouldn’t know about me…I’m a closet … Continue reading

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Math App Monday

I have been meeting with new teachers since school started to get to know them and offer my support.  I have been overwhelmingly impressed by the quality people we have hired for this year (eighteen new teachers to be exact!). … Continue reading

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