I hear this all the time, and it drives me up a wall. I haven't solved for x in years, and I'm doing just fine.
This weekend marked the culmination of a few months of work from my robotics students. We traveled to Shanghai to compete in the FIRST Tech
It's not so much that I can't follow written instructions. I'm human and I miss steps occasionally, but with everything written down, it's easy to
Today's lesson on objects in orbit went fantastically well, and I want to note down exactly what I did. Scare the students: http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news177.html Push to
In my post last week, I detailed what I was having students do to get some experience modeling quadratic functions using Angry Birds. I was
My presentation at 21CLHK yesterday was an attempt to summarize much of the exploration I've done over the past year in my classroom into the
I have had an amazing time over the last couple of days at the 21st Century Learning conference in Hong Kong. It's easy for a
In seeing my students working to prepare for semester exams over the last week, I have spent some time thinking about the advice I give
I realized this morning that I could look back at the assignments from my PowerSchool gradebook from a year ago and see the distribution of
After a good conversation with a friend that is getting started with teaching, I was thinking a bit about the process of learning to teach.