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Laying the Foundation for 20132014
The first day of school. In less than ten days! Yikes. Clearly there is no time like the present to set goals and lay the foundation for 20132014. Building Block #1: Rapport The tables were turned in June, as my … Continue reading
What’s in Your (Math) Closet?
It’s been quite a while since my last post. Life with four children, a husband and a fulltime job sure is hectic! But having shared some of my favorites before, this topic was gentle enough to entice me to post. … Continue reading
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Homework Review – A Work in Progress
Insert here your remark about my homework blog post being one day late! Homework in math is expected. Review and practice are seen as part of developing automaticity and fluency. My students are assigned homework after they have had the … Continue reading
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Favorites of 2012
Back in July I happened upon the I Speak Math blog . That led me to a world that I never new existed. Only in the last week or so have I begun to blog and tweet. It’s with a … Continue reading
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