Monthly Archives: July 2011

I really hope my son’s future teacher assigns him lots of worksheets, Part 2

Since I last blogged about my son’s very normal obsession with technology, this happened: [Zoodle Pad app for iPad and iPhone] This was my son’s first experience with an iPad. He immediately began drawing with his finger, followed by him … Continue reading

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Alfie Kohn “goosed” us. I probably deserved it.

So I am a Math Coach for the New Tech Network. And I really love my job. And here’s why. A few weeks ago we ran our New Schools training. And, if I may say, it was really awesome. I … Continue reading

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The Phoenix Children’s Museum provides a treasure trove of math-like things.

Earlier this summer, I had the opportunity to take my kids to the Phoenix Children’s Museum. OK, if I’m being honest, it was my parents who got to take their grandkids to the museum. I simply came along for the … Continue reading

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