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Palliative education

September 24, 2020


Palliative is one of the vocab. words for teh folks reading _Brain on Fire._ This is the flip side of “yes, I can work with higher level content to teach — yes, I’m going to call them lower level skills. There is benefit to teaching the basic mathematical thinking, especially if we can get to […]

Mnemonic devices

September 20, 2020


Okay, I’ve found something in the _Antiracism and UDL_ book that makes me cringe: the statement that “Each time you provide an acronym or a pneumonic devicethat serves as a guide for how to decode text, and mathematicalformulas or scientific symbols—you have torn down a barrierand built an on-ramp. When you have provided translations, pictures,songs, […]

Antiracism and UDL

September 12, 2020


“ “Accessing the expressway of learning is a huge undertaking.Most times the expressway moves at a fast pace and gets peopleto their destinations more quickly than a roundabout streetapproach. While driving, I have seen rare times when the expresswaywas being utilized by more than just cars. I’ve seenwalkers, motorcyclists, and bicyclists. Walkers and bikers usuallystick […]

Launch a book!!!

September 9, 2020


Okay, somehow I missed the Saturday email about the book launch team for Andratesha Fritzgerald’s book but I’m watching it now 😉 Yes, that was me they were talking about when they said some people “their thing” is not supporting Amazon, but reviews from “verified purchasers” are good for promoting. Yea, they’re right, but I”m […]