Monthly Archives: June 2014

Goals for a New School Year – Revisited

A year and a half ago, I had set down some goals for the 2012-2013 school year. I thought that now, at the end of the 2013-2014 year, it is time to revisit and revise my goals. Professionally: 1)  Learn … Continue reading

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Student Choice is a Plus! (or is it an “x” and an “o”?)

Weigh in please, on student choice…. I know that my students really embrace the idea of having some choice in their learning, and I find that they are more attentive and more willing to participate in learning a concept when … Continue reading

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My flipped classroom experience: Old School / New School

“My experience with the flipped classroom – How do you implement?” Each year, I make it a point to try something totally new and challenging in my classroom. Last year, my new activity was the flipped classroom. It was exciting; I was … Continue reading

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    This year, I have expanded my use of the flipped classroom in my 7th grade and 7 accelerated math classrooms. It has been a successful structure to use. Students, parents, administrators and support teachers have responded positively. Some … Continue reading

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