Monthly Archives: December 2012

Data, Data, Everywhere…

Continuing in my series of posts reflecting upon this past semester’s courses, I’ve decided to take a much less verbose approach for algebra 1.  More precisely, I’m following the popular maxim “a picture is worth a thousand words.”  With that, … Continue reading

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Black Cloud, Silver Lining

As the halfway mark of winter break arrives, interest in my students’ progress this past semester stirs in my mind.  Having spent several hours scoring final exams for my three different courses during the break (more on that in a … Continue reading

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Honoring My Grandma

Earlier today, somewhere along Interstate 95 in North Carolina, my mom called to tell me she was on her way with my dad to visit with her mom, my grandma, perhaps for the last time.  The call did not surprise … Continue reading

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