## Exponent rules and Witchcraft

I just received this email from a student: I FINALLY UNDERSTAND YOUR WITCHCRAFT OF WHY 3 TO THE POWER OF 0 IS ONE. 3^0 =

## Half Full Activity - Results and Debrief

If you haven't yet participated, visit http://apps.evanweinberg.org/halffull/ and see what it's all about. If I've ever written a post that has a spoiler, it's this

## Visiting the Museum of Math in NYC

I was reminded by John Burk that the Museum of Math had been opened since I was last in New York. A good friend was

## #MakeoverMonday - Sun Room Carpet

This is my attempt to revise the textbook problem Dan Meyer posted here: Bedroom Carpet is next week's #MakeoverMonday task. What can you do with

## Tea with Lee Magpili and the LEGO Mindstorms EV3

Though my schedule being back in the US this summer has been busy, when I learned that Lee Magpili was going to be in town,

## 2012-2013 Year In Review – Learning Standards

This is the second post reflecting on this past year and I what I did with my students. My first post is located here. I

## Editing Khan

Let's be clear - I don't have a problem with most of the content on Khan Academy. Yes, there are mistakes. Yes, there are pedagogical

## 2012-2013 Year In Review - Standards Based Grading

This is the first in a series of posts about things I did with my classes this year. When I made the decision last fall

## Milestones at the start of summer: A tribute

I used this LEGO car in a five minute demo lesson - my first lesson ever - on Newton's laws of motion. It was a

## Three Acts - Counting with dots and first graders

I had an amazing time this afternoon visiting my wife's first grade class. I've been talking forever about how great it is to take a