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Tag Archives: blogging
keeping up with the habit
While I feel good about my blogreading habit, my posting habits have been in decline. In the meantime, I’ve had a number of thoughts that I need to work out. So let’s make a little list, and maybe we’ll expand … Continue reading
reading too much about SBG
I’ve been spending a good deal of my summer vacation reading education blogs. Yes, it’s addicting. But like others before me, I’ve become fascinated with Standards Based Grading. This is the beginning of my description into this particular new world. First, … Continue reading
phase 1: reconnaissance
So here’s what I figured out so far. Blogs (PCMI folks) to follow: Math Be Brave Continuous Everywhere Differentiable Nowhere Adventures in Teaching Blogs they (or just Sam) seem to favor: dy/dan f(t) Some thought provoking stuff so far which … Continue reading