Monthly Archives: April 2014

Des-Man and the Best Report Ever.

I was thrilled when I saw that Fawn Nguyen’s Desman idea had been picked up by Desmos because it was the perfect thing to assign to my MYP5 Extended (10th grade) class as a Criterion C: Communication project. Brief background — … Continue reading

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How do I know if I’m any good as a teacher?

Sometimes teaching is a very lonely profession. For the majority of your day, you’re completely on your own with no colleagues to bounce ideas off of or get approval from. This afternoon I was grading tests and the class was … Continue reading

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Advanced #Countingcircles

I was reading @wahedahbug‘s blogging about #Countingcircles on the train home from work today and got so inspired I had to come home and write a blog post right away. Even though ostensibly her blog post was about elementary school math, … Continue reading

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