Social media, particularly Facebook, has changed. I believe it is finally going out of fashion. Hopefully this means we will communicate “live and in person” more. I recommend deactivating Facebook for a day to see how much of your time
Clearly, much is happening these days. I know I should keep my politics to myself. I generally do. So, without opining: Tweets by RogueNASA
I left my office. I really left it. I wasn’t making enough $$ to warrant paying the rent. I still have my “desks” and I have my eyes open for a new, more affordable location. Time will tell. I currently
Put down your calculator! Now, I am not a “no calculator ever” type, but I am a “my brain is pretty fast” – so is yours. If I say (or type) “3 + 2,” do you really need to pick
Many truths in this one. Since learning and teaching are often conversations, I can and do use most of these tenets.
This article is so important. This is not just about racism or politics. This is about having your own moral conviction. It’s about being able to argue. Argument is a fundamental part of the learning process. http://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/tony-norman/2016/03/25/Tony-Norman-Colleges-quit-coddling-hypersensitive-students/stories/201603250145
I’m starting a new group of posts with the tag “repeated” for things I find myself repeating in tutoring sessions. This is the first of this group. Prepare for class. Sometime before class starts, do a little bit of prep.
Check out this amazing TEDTalk: Dan Meyer: Math class needs a makeover http://go.ted.com/7ItFCQ Sent from the official TED app for Android: Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ted.android