Browsing All Posts published on »January, 2012«

Scooping it again ;)

January 29, 2012

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Yes, htere’s still a lot of spam (I think the *majority* of which is generated at the $40 version of what you can get for free for learning subitizing) but there are gems among the clutter, including http://rebecca-robbins.com/2012/01/25/your-math-homework-is-not-a-hungry-lion-strategies-for-cultivating-math-skills-and-curiosity/ Last week was crazy-hectic but I’ve got my Tuesday project done and handed in… except that yes, […]

cut and paste :)

January 26, 2012

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… this is from my “parkland” blog — that I’m going to dedicate to Parkland specific stuff. I think I rather like this activity for REALLY learning slope: http://larkolicio.us/blog/?p=787 – pulling off the getting the watches and the setup ready would be the challenge for moi 🙂 http://engagingideas.net/frcc-student-learning/math/ describes discovering that 10% of the students […]

implied motion

January 16, 2012

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Links to my pictures for Tuesday, CSC 186: Green Sign Go Monday Night Ride (cues: two wheels and upright, familiar thing that moves, eyes forward and/or on others in scene Step to it! (cues: lack of balance, interaction with others in the image) Hauling Logs (cues: sweat & exertion on faces, imbalance, and presence of […]

Scraping along…

January 15, 2012

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I gotta say the Google Gargantuan isn’t impressing me these days. There’s just something about a link to an “article” about math anxiety that has big fat google links on top and the barest skeleton of a web page template… oh, and there are three more of the same article with slightly different templates, and […]

Sea Monkey stinks

January 10, 2012

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… It will probably suffice for fixing typos (tho’ I’m not sure any more) but… I copy an address and paste that into the “link” (not a relative link), and it just doesn’t work. That exact same pasted address *does* work, actually, pasted into an address bar. Started my animation class today — probably didn’t […]

Cheating? Homework? the line blurs…

January 6, 2012

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http://mindshift.kqed.org/2012/01/redefining-cheating-with-homework/ — an interesting site where you can pay for answers from math books… via credit card, or by providing answers yourself.

Not so savvy here…

January 4, 2012

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Call me an idiot, but I can’t figure out how to change what this page has on it — as in, links? I have ever so carefully read all the little THINGS on the dashboard, but none of them will let me put a link to my site on this page. Reckon I’ll just put […]