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What Can You Do With a Math Degree?

So you like math, and you're thinking about declaring a major in it.

Sub Tub: organization for next year and make sure you've covered for those inevitable sick days.

Sub Tub -- Possible things to include: A Welcome Binder (explaining the daily schedule, where things are in the room and anything the sub might need like computer log-in codes), emergency lesson ideas, great books, games and other activities to do!

Matching Verbal Descriptio to a Graph (blogger has PDF attached to download) from: Math Tales from the Spring: Cut and Paste Activities

Last week we were studying matching Verbal Descriptions to a graph. Some students are naturally good at this, and others really struggle.

Mathematics in movies and shows. Show clips to introduce math topics.

Incase I ever teach math again---Mathematics in movies and shows. Show clips to introduce math topics.

Math = Love: High school math teacher's blog

After over thirteen hours at school today, I'm happy that Monday is almost over! We had parent/teacher conferences this eve.

Reasoning and Sense Making Task Library--Excellent list of tasks for high school students.

NCTM's Reasoning & Sense Making Task library. High school math tasks aligned to the Common Core. (Horseshoes and Quadratics)

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Things No One Told Me About Teaching

What is a meme? A meme is “an idea, behavior or style that spreads from person to person within a culture.” Here are some examples of famous memes: Some memes are funny, other are sarcastic, some a…

Technology is a great way to engage students in the learning. These free number sense technology tools help students develop deep understanding of numbers.

FREE Number Sense Technology Tool

The Bucket Game - clever review game for in the classroom. Students throw a ball into a bucket designating different levels of difficulty questions. If the student gets the correct answer then their team gets the number of points corresponding to the difficulty level.

The Bucket Game - clever review game for in the classroom. Students throw a ball into a bucket designating different levels of difficulty questions. If the student gets the correct answer then their team gets the number of points corresponding to the difficulty level.

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