Monthly Archives: May 2012

25 Great Google + Tips for Educators

The more I read about Google+, the more I realize that I have to jump on board and learn how to use it.  I subscribe to the blog Educational Technology and Mobile Learning, which I consider a lifeline to learning … Continue reading

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Dan Meyer Video from 3 Years Ago

I found an early video from Dan Meyer.  Fast forward three years and look at 3 Acts and 101 questions.  A simple idea that has taken off.

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Three videos from Phil Daro

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Georgia Department of Education CCSSM Resources

James Pratt of The Georgia Department of Education was a fellow participant in the CCSSM workshop held over the last few days near New Orleans sponsored by the University of Arizona Institute for Mathematics and Education.  James introduced me to … Continue reading

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Clickable Map of CCSSM

Here is a link to a clickable map of the CCSSM, which makes it easy to see the streams and progressions through the grades and navigate around the standards.

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Dan Meyer’s Ignite Talk

Dan Meyer continues to intrigue me and challenge me as he presents a fresh view on how to teach math problem solving, taking advantage of the technology that is at our fingertips, and is second nature to our students. Being … Continue reading

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Today’s Favorite Posts from Common Core Online Scoop.It curated by Darren Burris

I subscribe to many educational blogs.  One that I’ve really enjoyed, because it’s a collection of many articles that have been found by Darren Burris and posted on Common Core Online Scoop.It.  When I have the time, I have taken … Continue reading

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Mathematical Practices Made “Teacher Friendly”

The “All Things Common Core” blog has created a summary sheet for each of the 8 Standards for Mathematical Practice.    

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Ogden, Utah Links to Peruse for Day 1

Instructions for Perusing Links Please start with the link that you have been assigned.  Take notes on the link and be prepared to share: 1. Describe the resources on the site that are available for HS Mathematics. 2.  How would … Continue reading

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Ogden Utah Day 3 Links for Math II – III and Non-Traditional Tasks Activity

Algebraic Structure HS video on algebraic structure Interpreting Algebraic Structure MARS Task Illustrative Mathematics Illustrative Mathematics task Seeing Dots Real World Math Tasks Dan Meyer 3 Acts Spreadsheet with Links Real World Math Tasks for College and Career Readiness from … Continue reading

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