Monthly Archives: March 2012

Foldables – The Four Window

This is a teaching tool I absolutely love and one of the nice things about it, it’s non-tech.  Although technology is lovely, kids sometimes like to step away from it every now and then.  As one of my kids once … Continue reading

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Personal Investment: The Hunger Games Project

My middle school staff has been working on a project involving the book “The Hunger Games” for the past two months.  Really this brain child of ours was conceived waaaaay back at the beginning of the school year. Our idea … Continue reading

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Pi Day

Aw Pi day……a day to eat pie.  Well, it is circular….. Photo courtesy LeJyBy at Flickr Creative Commons But if you’re a math teacher like I am, we get kinda giddy about this day.  I like to use it to … Continue reading

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Another Bad Teacher

March is a hard month. Another round of report cards and parent conferences coming up.  The realization that the school year is a mere 3 1/2 months away from completion and you still have 6 months of curriculum left.  There’s … Continue reading

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