Category: BlogPosts

Twenty decisions in 88 seconds

Whoa. I just read an article on the Hechinger Report that got me thinking. In the article, Deborah Loewenberg Ball shares a 1 minute 28 second long interaction between two African American female students, in which Ball identifies 20 micro-decisions the teacher present needed to make. Each decision had the power to increase or decrease the […]

Tape diagrams, Bar models, tomato, toMAHto

Just this morning I found myself down the rabbit hole that is Twitter when I stumbled across this Twitter post… Here’s tomorrow’s challenge! It’s a tough one #barvember #teacherchallenge — White Rose Maths (@WhiteRoseMaths) November 6, 2017 BARVEMBER? What the heck is that?!?!? What does that curious word have to do with llamas […]

GeoGebra Training

Interested in learning more about GeoGebra and how it can be used in ANY math class? Consider coming to Merced on January 11, 2018. We are going to have a blast learning the three phases of GeoGebra: Borrow from others Break an applet to learn how it was made Build your own applet from scratch […]