Category Archives: Discussion

Testing Time Around Here!

Tweet This! I’m not sure about the other states but I know that right now in Texas we are in full force testing time! In fact this week is the first round of testing for many different grades and subjects. … Continue reading

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8 Awesome Pi Day Activities!

Tweet This! While I am on Spring Break this week, so many of you around the states (and beyond) aren’t and with that you have the pleasure of being able to celebrate Pi Day on Friday! I am BEYOND jealous … Continue reading

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Filling Students Gaps in Math while At School

Tweet This! Last week was all about Changing the Thinking of Students in Math as well as Finding the Gaps to Fill In to strengthen their learning in Math. As we continue to proceed through the series I want to … Continue reading

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Finding Gaps to Fill in Math

Tweet This! When I wrote the original post about Changing Students Thinking About Math, I never realized the feedback that I would get. Not only did I receive comments but also had emails and people asking me questions on my … Continue reading

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Changing Students Thinking About Math

Tweet This! How often do you hear from students, “I just don’t understand math.” Or even more, how often do you hear from a parent, “I never got math so Trevor doesn’t either.” I can’t even begin to count in … Continue reading

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14 Fantastic Flippables Round Up

Tweet This!I get questions regularly asking me for new ideas and examples of on flippables to use in the classroom for various subjects. I have been doing well about keeping some of my favorites on my Flippables and Interactive Notebooks … Continue reading

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Why do you use spirals for Interactive Notebooks?

Tweet This! It never fails each week I get the question asked of me, “Why did you choose spirals for your Interactive Notebooks?” The answer is fairly simple… I didn’t, they chose me. How you ask? I started using Interactive … Continue reading

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