Who is the hidden one? The last one here? After the blockade? Who, in the violated courtyard, walks around on feathers of torn bedding, strewn about, Who walks on wrecked crockery and kitchen gear, thrown, broken, of no human use? and too on family photographs of those driven from their...
If there's something wrong with the third act, it's really in the first act.This quote from Billy Wilder, Austrian-born writer and film-director (1906-2002), reminds me of a similar observation I have made about my mathematical work -- when a
G-GMD.B. Visualize relationships between two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects We used the Mathematics Assessment Project formative assessment lesson on 2D Representations of 3D Objects. As with other MAP lessons, students start with a pre-assessment (and they are given an opportunity to revise their work at the end of the lesson). Next we moved to a class […]
Came home from work tonight to see this incredible post by Dan Anderson: link in case the link in the tweet doesn’t work: http://blog.recursiveprocess.com/2014/07/29/my-favorite-for-the-students/ Since reviewing Dan Meyer (and colleague’s) new piece Central Park yesterday, I’ve had my mind in … Continue reading →