Monthly Archives: December 2013

12 Days of Christmas, the Hard Way

Originally posted on Math with Bad Drawings:
Once there was a song. It was maddeningly repetitive and endlessly parodied. It endorsed “quantity over quality” in gift-giving. It advocated buying for our loved ones not a good book, or a nice pair…

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Questions?: I Like Triangles

See on Scoop.it – Middle School Math glenn blakney‘s insight: I like triangles too. This great for number sense and building number relationships. Track down the animated factorization visualization, because it is very engaging. See on coxmath.blogspot.com

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2014 New Year’s Resolutions for Educators

Originally posted on Models By Design:
Last year I posted a list of New Year’s teaching resolutions, and here is my list for 2014. Happy New Year! Ten New Year’s Resolutions for Educators – 2014 1. Check for understanding regularly. While…

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How Does A Wing Actually Work? – YouTube

See on Scoop.it – Middle School Math Lift is an important concept, not only in flying but also in sailing. This week I’m talking to Olympic Sailor, Hunter Lowden. But before I get to the physics… glenn blakney‘s insight: Talking … Continue reading

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LEGO GBC JAPAN 2013 in TSUKUBA

See on Scoop.it – Middle School Math 代理アップロード Module Creator フィン(fin) http://finsmachine.blog.fc2.com/ うだ まこと(makoto uda) http://blog.livedoor.jp/legotyu/ といっせー(toise) matk http://tsukubalego.bl… glenn blakney‘s insight: very interesting LEGO installation. See on http://www.youtube.com

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The Life Cycle of Stars

See on Scoop.it – Middle School Earth Science Explains how we believe stars are born, live and die and the different ends to different sized stars. Learn even more on Teaching Astronomy on iop.org: http:… glenn blakney‘s insight: Use this … Continue reading

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Sal Khan on WGBH

Must listening.

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