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Fetters abound …

June 29, 2019


So!   After the two day workshop on Geogebra, I find out that Eureka Math is aiming to hire somebody to make Geogebra things for their curriculum. It’s in the “must apply!” category but it is “fettered.”   Unlike the IM curriculum on Kendall Hunt, I have to get an account where I go through menus filtering […]


June 24, 2019


(and the focus is fading…) Tomorrow is the Geogebra conference 🙂 I’m reading _Multiplication is for White People_  and so much of it is excellent.   Paraphrase of a favorite paragraph about the research about the number of words used and how that’s probably why poor kids don’t do well:   Using a bunch of words does […]

Next steps!

June 3, 2019


So, the Illustrative Math stint is done for now.   I am hoping that they decide to do the more involved “support for a class” — but am honestly glad to have summer to keep going in my own directions. I found hashtag #indieweb  on twitter full of people who use their own websites to share […]