Tag Archives: math

Great Blog Posting from Edutopia about Motivating Students in Math

Click on the image below to be redirected to the Edutopia website for a great article on several tips for engaging all learners in math class.

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Asking Effective Questions in a Math Classroom

Check out this interesting resource from our friends north of the border on asking effective questions in a math class.

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Discovering the Properties of Quadrilaterals (CCLS Video)

  Check out this CCLS aligned video clip from http://www.teachingchannel.org that the math department analyzed in our PLC Team meeting today. We compared the instruction and learning in this video with Element 3.1 on student engagement from our NYSUT Rubric. … Continue reading

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New York Times Article: N Ways to Teach Algebra

Click the image below to visit the New York Times website and read this article.

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Differentiated Circle Geometry Lesson Video

Check out this incredible blog posting on Andy Maillet’s Math blog… It is a great video highlighting incredible differentiated instruction in Mrs. Gross and Mrs. O’Brien’s class. Click here to view the blog & video: Differentiated Circle Geometry Lesson Video.

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Masterful Teacher: Jonathan Winn Makes Calculus Cool

This is a great video about a teacher who keeps his Calculus students on their toes through creativity and collaboration.  The video is from the http://www.Edutopia.org website founded by George Lucas.

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Conference Reflection: Professional Development to Raise Student Achievement (Erick Mock)

One of the big points I took from this training was that we need to leverage the natural strengths we have more in our teamwork to benefit our students.  The activity we did on Thursday (DiSC) really gave us some … Continue reading

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Carousel Activities: A Collaborative Approach to Stations

This video presents an fresh and interesting take on the “stations” approach to learning. Rather than having the students move between stations, the stations move between different groups of students.  Students in each group have different tasks and are working … Continue reading

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Calculus Caroling With The Calculus Class

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Minute-To-Win-It #2: Mummy Wrap

Mrs Panzica earns the Math Department bragging write and the Spirit Ball. She also earns the primo parking sport until the Minute-To-Win-It challenge next month!

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