Monthly Archives: May 2011
I am about halfway through “The Numbers Behind NUMB3RS“. I have always known to a certain extent that mathematics is used in solving crimes. However, it is no easy task. As I read this book, I can see how intense … Continue reading
In my last post I stated that I started reading “The Numbers Behind NUMB3RS“. I’ve continued reading through chapter three. There is so much information that I’ve learned. For instance, I know that there is a difference in how the … Continue reading
Well, here it is. . . .summer. The moment all students and many teachers can’t wait for. However, this year is a little different for me. I had a great job this past year working at Turning Point Learning Center … Continue reading
Last night was my final tutor session with my student. He was reviewing quadrilaterals for his final. They can be confusing for students when trying to remember all the rules and connections between them all. I have seen Venn Diagrams … Continue reading
A state wide math final. . . .this bothers me. . . .it bothers me so much. I had to take a test to become a licensed teacher. I even had to take a test to be highly qualified to … Continue reading
Something that has often bothered me is the fact that teachers demand respect, but then dress “to be comfortable”. I have never agreed with this. Teachers are professional, so therefore should dress the part. You wouldn’t go to a doctor … Continue reading
I figured out how to divide a triangle into 10 equal parts with them all being triangles.