2017-10-30 Fall Cue Review

Thursday was an incredibly long day, I arrived at work an hour early for some awesome co-planning and co-teaching of a lesson in 7th grade mathematics. After rocking the long day at work, I changed clothes at work before heading to another city to teach an induction class in content specific (mathematics) to secondary teachers.Continue reading “2017-10-30 Fall Cue Review”

2017-09-04 Numberless Word Problems

There are two things that I learned about toward the end of last school year that got me so excited I couldn’t wait to try them, Numberless Word Problems was one of them. One of my #eduheroes, Brian Bushart (@bstockus on Twitter), created this idea some time ago, and I was just learning about them.Continue reading “2017-09-04 Numberless Word Problems”

3 Things a 1st Grader Taught Me

Lessons: If you say you’re going to do something, you better do it. The power of observation from fresh perspectives. Curiosity and perseverance are important things for adults to model. Although she was passionate about learning in kindergarten, her desire for academic pursuits (especially in school) has greatly diminished during her first-grade year. Saddened, IContinue reading “3 Things a 1st Grader Taught Me”