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Knows and Does

August 1, 2019

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… boring commentary about planning my exercise Create a series of questions to quiz a student on their times tables knowledge. If a student makes a mistake, that student should be provided the answer, but they still have to enter the answer to go to the next question, which will be from the “mastered” group.  […]

Roll!

July 22, 2019

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So!   My task! To create a student-facing activity in Geogebra that helps the lesson writer’s ideas or goals for the lesson come to life…. My “best Geogebra skills”  aren’t that great so the coming to life part is my focus. Also, there’s already stuff on Geogebra.   How can I add life to that? (the writing […]

quick reflection

June 26, 2018

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Day 1 of the Geogebra 2-day workshop in. Lots and lots observed and learned. I remembered from Animation that … trying to follow w/ computer splits my brain and I do better watching, thinking, taking actual notes … and then *doing* stuff later.   Plus much was stuff I already know. All every bit of that […]

Monday!

April 30, 2018

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Penultimate week of classes so very busy in the a.m.   Quiet later, but felt I needed to touch base w/ online stuff so no work on STUFF except to think I might want to touch Geogebra first to make a star to use as an image to bring to GIMP with snipper. I’m told GIMP […]

More learning in geogebra

March 30, 2018

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(Category:   boring commentary on learning computer stuff.) First, a Canvas observation:   somebody tweeted about the amazing community and linked to a discussion question.  It exemplified Canvas.  A person posted an issue – wanting to make an “image gallery” (with explanation), and was told “well, you can’t do that in Canvas.”   The person expressed her disappointment […]

Next Num Line Done :)

March 6, 2018

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Whereas repeated retrieval is a good thing… I went back and wrote out everything I did for developing a number line activity doing it vertically instead of horizontally. I skipped the 3 steps for checking out whether the numbers were actually lined up on the number line (within 1 of the y axis) so it […]

affirmation

March 1, 2018

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…. a student stated that for the first time in their life, the answer to a math question had just come to them.   (Yes, I’m adopting “they/them” for increased anonymity.) Better to get folks early, but college is not too late.   (Also, depending on individual, it’s never too late for smiley faces…) Successfully swapped fractions […]