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Improving Tests & Eenzaamheid

We each only share a small snippet of what we do. And what we rarely share (for probably good reason) are our tests. But this has got to be one of the most difficult (and considering the weight placed on assessment, most important) things we do, actually, and it would probably be better if we weren’t so alone in that endeavor. Continue reading

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Introducing Trigonometry

Algebra is already pretty abstract, but the whys and hows of trigonometry made about as much sense to the students as the plot of Interstellar. 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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