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Category Archives: Irrational Cube
[After writing this post it sounds sort of depressing. I want to preface it by saying that I am having the time of my life teaching. It is an incredible amount of work, but I wouldn't trade it for the … Continue reading
Here is an interesting dilemma I faced recently about how to test student’s mastery of triangle trigonometry. What follows are two different formats for the solo portion of a unit test. If you would be so kind, I would love any … Continue reading
Since I started a blog I have been very curious as to the rules of thumb (rule of thumbs?) regarding privacy on the internet. I have a general idea how it all works, but there is a huge grey area. … Continue reading
When in front of the class, my host teacher is a real character. When talking about big angles he uses a big booming voice. When talking about small angles he uses a teeny weenie little voice. When he wants to … Continue reading
It seems as though there is a ripple effect about standards based grading in the education blogger community. Of course as a result I’ve been reading a ton about it. It’s been invaluable to hear testimonies from people who already implemented it … Continue reading