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Monthly Archives: August 2010
I mentioned in an earlier post that one of my goals was to learn every student’s name by the end of the week. Though I can’t say that I know all their names, I did learn about 90% of them … Continue reading
In Precalculus today we focused on reviewing concepts from algebra. The students spent much of the period with a worksheet that consisted of problems such as graphing linear/parabolic functions, working with fractions and exponents, solving for x, and a few … Continue reading
Today was the first day of actual classes (last week was PD/freshmen orientation and Monday was a whole school orientation). Lesson: We spent about 1/2 the period today introducing the class, welcoming the students and reviewing classroom norms. Specific points … Continue reading
Today was the entire school orientation (last week was freshmen and transfers only). Among other things, today I worked in a class where we reviewed safety drills (fire/earthquake/intruder). We taught this lesson twice during the day to two different groups … Continue reading