The end of the school year is equal parts excitement and exhaustion. When I embrace the excitement, I feel less exhausted. Or maybe adrenaline carries
I will be honest. I have never been a big fan of teaching math with a PowerPoint presentation. It seemed old-fashioned and disingenuous. I knew
Learn all about task cards in the secondary classroom. Read about what they are, how to use them, ways to store them, and much more!
This summer, one of my goals was to make the best of things. (You can check out my blog post about it, here!) It’s been
INTERACTIVE: 1. mutually or reciprocally active involving the actions or input of a user Technically, note-writing, in general, is interactive. Teacher talks. Student writes. But
Learning math can be tricky. One main goal for teachers is to set students up for success. Make it more than a goal. Make it