Category Archives: Lesson Planning

Back in the Box

We’ve been out since the 17th of December, having left Literal Equations in a hasty pile by the door, somewhat obscured by a blur of ugly Christmas sweaters, Mid-Quarter Comments, administering the baseline evaluation for the Eighth Graders, Khan-in-the-Octagon, and … Continue reading

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Vocabulary Test

Write a word problem that uses a Divisor, a Dividend, and a Quotient. Identify each of them, describe each of them and describe the relationship that each has with the other two. Would you rather be a Predator or a … Continue reading

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Student expectations, responsibilities, and rights in the classroom.

Many teachers spend time in the first few days and weeks of school getting to know their students. They do this through games, role-playing, hands-on activities, and questionnaires. Some teachers use surveys, and others have class discussions. I like to … Continue reading

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Math & Science Course Guide

OpeningDayHandout_2014 Thank you, Sarah! http://everybodyisageniusblog.blogspot.com/

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How to get a job at Google

http://nyti.ms/1eh1z02 How can I reflect the implications of this article in my teaching? In the course materials I select? In the ways that I enable learning? In the ways that I motivate my students? In the ways that I assess … Continue reading

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The Violent, Mysterious Dynamics of Star Formation | DiscoverMagazine.com

The Violent, Mysterious Dynamics of Star Formation | DiscoverMagazine.com.

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Viral Video: Teacher Unappreciation

Viral Video: Teacher Unappreciation. this is the voice that i hear at 2:30am…please don’t ever let me end up like this poor kid’s teacher…i want kids who are this invested to be RUNNING to my classroom…

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