Monthly Archives: November 2013

This High School football coach plays “Would You Rather” Math, and so should you

Add “Would You Rather?” to your bookmarks. Phrasing math problems in terms of “Would You Rather” is simple and brilliant. I love this framework for three reasons: 1) It’s relatable. We’ve all wondered whether it’s more efficient to mow the … Continue reading

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Conditions, Preexisting Conditions, and Treatment

Every now and then you come to one of those all-stop, let’s-just-look-at-this-for-a-while documents. This from the Carnegie Foundation is one of those artifacts. It’s pretty lengthy, and there are lots of words. Still, let’s just look at it for a … Continue reading

Posted in growth mindset, social and emotional aspect of math instruction, Uncategorized | 3 Comments