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September 18, 2018

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Part 1         Part 2           Part 3   Part 4   Part 5   Part 6 So:   what is the current state of developmental education?   According to Hunter Boylan: “If the only thing that you are offering your students is a course in pre-algebra, then it is probably a remedial course. If […]

Rise again :)

August 1, 2018

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(‘dem bones… the Mary Ellen Carter… and this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42F12OUTkIo   ) Tomorrow is “help with STAR” across the way. Blog read of the day: “Nothing new, Just a Review, Part 2:” wherein the blogger says he likes to start each day with a low-stakes quiz because that’ retrieval, thank you. And it’s a good thing that the […]

Article N + 1

July 16, 2018

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http://images.pearsonassessments.com/images/NES_Publications/2009_ES_Publications/06_Stigler.pdf   “Reflections on Mathematics Teaching and How To IMprove It.” This reminds me of the MTT2K winning movie:   What if Khan Academy was Made In Japan?    The article noted that across countries, teaching tended to be done the same way, which surprised them.    The “second truth” was that … there’s more than one way […]

transitions…

July 12, 2018

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Going to start w/ “integers early” version and an interactive “let’s put these degrees where they’d be on the thermometer” thing. There are 31 activities that come up on Geogebra when I search for “thermometer,” including 1 from Illustrative Math that has an activity with a word problem, where you can use the activity to […]

So big!

June 22, 2018

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Okay, I didn’t ride out to shop yet becasue it’s just raining and raining.   Will just put on the raincoat…. … downloaded Audacity and am doing same for Aptana.   I have the UDL guidelines and the “six strategies for effective learning,” and … decided to make an infographic of my own for the Structured, Multisensory […]

Back!

June 18, 2018

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I’m writing up the “background” for this OER math project.   “Explain how the project came about…”   well, that would take a page or two… I wanted to link to UDL principles and noticed they “have a new home” http://udlguidelines.cast.org/  and that their chart still outlines “Provide multiple means of…” representation, action and expression, and engagement.” […]

Landmark insights

May 4, 2018

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Yesterday’s email included a link from Landmark School’s outreach about math  It includes this insight: Memory is strengthened by richness and logic of content. A student looking out the classroom window might mutter “dog” while observing a magnificent German short-haired pointer loping through a freshly poured cement sidewalk. Clearly, something is being missed in the translation. It […]