Day 4 was our mandatory first administration of end of course exams.And...that's all I have to say about that.Now time for the fun stuff....decorations!I'm starting with my classroom door and then going around in a circle...I mean slice of an octagon.My sign at the top says Teacher of Awesome and by "awesome" I mean "math"I clip the menu, calendar, ineligible list, and after school detention list to the door.My exit ticket tubs and function family poster.My chevron bulletin board...I think I
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Meaningless numerical milestones are a good a reason as any for an indulgent post. Today, I will discuss some facts from this blog which you might not otherwise know about. It will be in the form of an (mercifully short) … Continue reading →
Manjul Bhargava (centre) with Plus editors Rachel and Marianne
Manjul Bhargava received a Fields Medal at this year's International Congress of Mathematicians, one of the highest honours in mathematics.Listen to our interview with Manjul Bhargavaread more
The most straightforward method I have found for distinguishing between the first three levels of Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) is to take a single mathematical concept and provide a problem at each DOK level. Here are three examples that illustrate the differences well using: fractions on a number line perimeter and area surface area and […]