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Monthly Archives: January 2011
This past week has been crazy. First I did a short survey over math feelings. I shared a few first results of the survey, but I’m still looking through the data and trying to figure out more. I also started … Continue reading
As I sit here on my couch this evening, I look back at the past two days and the wonderful weather that we had for our trip across Kansas. The next few days will be the complete opposite. However, at … Continue reading
Last weekend I was sitting at home in Emporia, Kansas and trying to figure out what to do to celebrate the Sesquicentennial of Kansas. I didn’t want the day to go by and not observe it in some way. Ginger … Continue reading
Those of you that have been following my blog, you know that I recently came across a blog post and article about elementary teachers and mathematics. Teaching and learning math is not easy and in fact scares many. Well, I … Continue reading
Is there middle ground? Look at the person next to you and ask them what they think of math. Is it love or hate? Hate is such a harsh word, but I hear it all the time when it comes … Continue reading
I read Sharing a Love of Teaching today by Michael G. It made me step back and think about math education in the elementary classroom. I am gathering information for a blog post later this week. Please take 5 minutes and … Continue reading
Lately I have been thinking about what I’m doing. I’m a teacher. I teach students. I graduated college in 2004, and since then I’ve been a teacher. Not all the way through though. I took a year off and worked … Continue reading
So today was a crazy day. It started out around 1:30 this morning when I woke up and read an email. Why was I awake at that time? I have no idea. However, I saw my phone blinking and I’m … Continue reading