Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Home Stretch

Teaching in Texas, there was always this weird interim period between the end of standardized exams and final exams around this time of year. Usually this time spanned for about three weeks or so, during which disengagement was rampant. On … Continue reading

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A presentation format for deeper student questioning and universal engagement

(Editor’s note: this post is part of my not-necessarily math related posts. I spend a good portionĀ of time in non-math classes these days. And thank goodness, because it exposes me to practices that I wouldn’t otherwise have experienced.) I had … Continue reading

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