Monthly Archives: August 2012

  1. An Ode to Prime Factorization (…and Whiteboards, and Error Analysis)

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    August 27, 2012 by ray_emily

    First off, a confession: I do not have much of a mathematics background (at all – I was a music …
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  2. “Special Number” Project

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    August 26, 2012 by ray_emily

    So, it is Week #2 of Math Blogger Initiation, which means that I get to share with y’all something that …
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  3. “My Favorite No,” Remixed for #MyFavFriday

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    August 24, 2012 by ray_emily

    In “My Favorite No,” teacher Leah Alcala use a note card system to quickly check for understanding – and then …
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  4. Whiteboarding! (in Middle School Math)

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    August 18, 2012 by ray_emily

    Last year, I purchased some big whiteboards. I had read about how giddy folks were about this supposedly-super-awesome, still-completely-foreign-to-me modeling …
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  5. Assessing and Reassessing in Sixth Grade Math, Part 1

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    August 17, 2012 by ray_emily

    First off – day #1 of year #6 is officially over and done! A colleague just texted me this: “I …
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  6. Student Art

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    August 13, 2012 by ray_emily

    So! Everyone in the mathtwitterblogosphere is partaking in this super fun #Made4Math meme. Standing on the sidelines, I am amazed …
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  7. Order of Operations Activity

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    August 10, 2012 by ray_emily

    Last week for #MyFavFriday, I wrote about a totally silly non-academic game. This week, I want to share a game …
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