Love "new" ideas!I've participated in Farley's "Currently" Linky Parties in various months ... but never thought about using that format with students! It makes sense to have students fill out a "Currently" form at the beginning of each marking period ... and celebrate some aspect of it in class. Currently Student FormOf course this idea is not "new" ... love "shared" ideas! Thanks, Kelli!
Another post from Tap Into Teen Minds. Enjoy!
Teaching math the way we always have is simply the curation and memorization of math rather than the creation and deep understanding necessary for success
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I had an amazing time at TMC this past week. I hope to write more about it soon. I'm not quite there yet, though...However, as a result of TMC, Levi Patrick (@_levi_), Oklahoma's Director of Secondary Mathematics, asked some of us Oklahoma bloggers to talk about why we love the MTBoS, in hopes that other Oklahoma teachers would jump on this bandwagon. So here we go:And for those who prefer to read, the transcript (more or less):Hi! My name is Rebecka Peterson. I
This is Joseph, the rare co-blogger. I wanted to pass this on (h/t: Mike). I don't think anybody will be surprised to see this type of customer service occurring:Today one of our employees on the business side of TPM got a bill from Verizon for $3,019.95. Now, TPM's phone bill is bigger than your home phone bill because we two offices and about two dozen employees. But it's not three thousand dollars a month. But there's a bigger problem. We're not a Verizon customer.Right, we use