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Monthly Archives: September 2010
In an earlier post I wrote about the mantra for my precalc class. The general idea is that the process of learning begins with a surface level understanding, followed by some confusion, and finally a deeper level understanding. Calcdave used … Continue reading
Today I led homework corrections. While this wasn’t my first time doing something like this, it was the first time I led corrections in front of this precalculus class. As I minored in education during my undergraduate career, I’ve had … Continue reading
Something I have been thinking a lot about recently is the art of giving directions. From my limited experiences in classes, it has become clear to me that how you introduce a worksheet/group work/task/anything has a huge impact on student … Continue reading
The school I am working at has a very strict policy on going to the bathroom during class. It (paraphrased) is as follows: During a class period, unless in an emergency (read: a period) no going to the bathroom, period. I … Continue reading