f there was any year that will be the most memorable year in any educators’ careers, I’m guessing that this will be the year. 2020 going into 2021 was/has been a challenge for any teacher.
Rather than teaching students about the part to whole ratio and making it into a proportion, I was asking them to do word searches to find the clues.
Have you ever been a part of a process that just fascinated you? That’s the only way to describe my summer project. With this one project, I learned so much.
Seeing the best of humanity during my toughest time taught me a few life lessons.
Getting superpowers and dancing.
Losing control over your body. It’s not pretty.
Despite fear, I was given strength
Nobody asks for this obstacle.
It’s conference season. To date, I’ve been to 2 conferences (Northwest and CMC-South) and am packing up to head to CMC-North in Pacific Grove, CA. It’ll be a 5 hour drive up north, but it’ll be worth it when I see the gorgeous ocean and the scenic views. Oh…and all the learning that my brain can soak up. For the first time in …
Hello 2019-2020 school year. And with a new year, come fresh faces in our classrooms, new beginnings, and a year to explore mathematics. Some teachers have their usual beginning of the school activities. I usually like to look around and research fresh new ideas to try out especially for my math curriculum. One activity that I tried out was the 100s task by …