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Category Archives: Teaching
WALDO – Workflowing the Amazing Lesson Design Outline
This Google doc is comprehensive teaching methods course and education research course rolled up into one document organized into clickable links. It is compiled by Miguel Guhlin. It include most all of the aspects of the teaching enterprise (including preassessment, … Continue reading
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Tostitos fiesta bowl – some of the best highlights of all time
https://twitter.com/drolsen314/status/1282391894664851456?s=21
Posted in Learning, Teaching
Tagged Cinderella, football
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Wow, Annie Forest’s VLOG Made Me Flashback
While listening to Annie Forest’s vlog at http://showyourthinkingmath.blogspot.com/2017/04/smallchangesthatmakebigimpact.html my life kinda flashed before my eyes! As further background, Mrs. Forest is highlighting an excellent article, titled, “Never Say Anything a Kid Can Say!” Author: Reinhart, Steven C.; Source: Mathematics Teaching in the Middle … Continue reading
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Using Rich Problems for Differentiated Instruction
This is a good paper describing the use and characteristics of rich problems. http://math.sfsu.edu/hsu/papers/HsuKyshResekRichProblems.pdf (The teaching method here is Teaching With Tasks.) Has 3 examples of rich problems First is rich and fairly basic and doable. Second is excellent. #differenceofsquares … Continue reading
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Tagged differentiated instruction, teaching with tasks
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Hidden Figures Curriculum for Schools
Check out http://mentalfloss.com/article/94297/hiddenfigurescomingclassrooms Free download of a curriculum based on the movie Hidden Figures.
Posted in Geometry, STEM, Teaching
Tagged Hidden Figures, interdisciplinary
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Free Worksheets site – Kuta
https://www.kutasoftware.com/freeipa.html
Evidence Based Teaching Strategies
Top 10 Evidence Based Teaching Strategies http://www.evidencebasedteaching.org.au/evidencebasedteachingstrategies/
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Quadrant D Learning
The Rigor/Relevance Framework. See the SlideShare at http://www.slideshare.net/NancyW1354/bumpituptoquadrantdsocialstudies See also https://appyadventuresandteaching.wordpress.com/category/billdaggett/ (Click graphic)
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3 Things Students Want to Hear
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/studentsdesiretohearfromteachersloridesautels?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=socialflow
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Tagged human, human aspect
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I want math to be realistic and meaningful
realistic: I take this from Flickr from CUBoulder and Freudenthal Institute US hosted the Fifth Realistic Mathematics Education conference, or RME5, in September of 2015. https://www.flickr.com/photos/downclimb/sets/72157656469778994/ Realistic: imaginable, realizable, not just “realworld” Meaningful: significant, relevant, important, consequential, telling, material, valid, … Continue reading
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