1. Chipmunk Error Analysis

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    March 6, 2014 by ray_emily

    Getting kids doing error analysis in math class has been hugely beneficial, this year.  I am beyond-words thrilled that I’ve …
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  2. Fraction Error Analysis (aka “Help Jane, Peter, and Sam!”)

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    November 20, 2013 by ray_emily

    It’s been a minute since I’ve come up with something I really felt compelled to share here, so…  guess this …
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  3. I’m Still Alive! (Random, Disorganized Updates)

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    September 4, 2013 by ray_emily

    I know, I’ve completely disappeared. You probably stopped following me, thinking this blog died a sad and tragic death. (Or, …
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  4. “Integer-nary” Meets Zoltan Paul Dienes

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    October 14, 2012 by ray_emily

    Although it’s been a good long while since I’ve written, I’ve been doing lots of thinking. Today, I want to …
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  5. Silliness: The Expo Graveyard

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    September 18, 2012 by ray_emily

    This year, we’ve used either large or small whiteboards in my classroom just about every single day. I feel great …
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  6. More Improvements to My Least Favorite Unit (Decimal Division)

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    September 17, 2012 by ray_emily

    Previously, I wrote about my least favorite unit, as well as my first attempt to improve it. While working with …
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  7. Error Analysis, Decimal Operations, and Being Less Lame

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    September 10, 2012 by ray_emily

    Yesterday’s call for help was met with one suggestion in the comments, and one suggestion via twitter. Both are lovely …
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