I'm a teacher who loves designing tasks to motivate, engage, and challenge, mom to 4 yummy kids, and wife to a hockey lover. Happiness is getting everything organized!
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October 29, 2014. That was the last time I posted to my blog. Somewhere along the way I’ve imposed upon myself this “rule” that a post must be lengthy, detailed, and eloquent. There must be something spectacular to share or … Continue reading
My classroom feels like a unique place for learning math, though it may be similar to others found in the MTBoS. It is nothing remarkable, extraordinary or spectacular, but it is also not the standard, expected, cookie-cutter lesson. My classroom … Continue reading