Monday, August 22, 2016

#MTBoSBlaugust ... a Trip around the Blogosphere

Today I'm highlighting #MTBoSBlaugust posts that resonate with me!  I'll post others later in the week ... there are so many!



First ... I love to work with teachers on lesson planning, finding the ideas, ordering them so they link together.  I know we don't have time for detailed written lesson plans, but taking the time to think through the week is important.  So Jonathan's post at Hilbert's Hotel resonated with me!  Check out his week's plan.




If you've been on Twitter in the past few days, you may have seen Math by the Mountain's poster on writing inequality vs interval notation.  I loved the discussion about the colors on her poster; love how she asked and received feedback.  She's written a post about the poster and offered it as a free download!  Check it out!



High fives were huge last year as we prepared for the 2015 - 2016 school year.  Glenn Waddell's challenge struck a chord in many of us.  I can't say I was there with high fives every day last year, but on many days, especially in the first semester, I greeted students with them!  So when I read Jennifer's post about how high fives changed the culture of her classroom, I had to smile!  Read her post and send her a virtual high five!




Last one for today ... I love Pam's digital hall pass!  I'm thinking students might find it a bit tedious ... but maybe that would slow down the need to leave the room?  Most of my students have a phone.  So I would definitely put the QR code near the door ... check out her idea ... complete with Google Form!


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