Evangelizing the [digital] Natives

Chuck Baker writes about education technology, math instruction, reading and writing in the content areas, and his reflections on teaching his own children.

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Should We Have Math 7th Hour?

I have 3 Algebra Strategies classes this semester - 2 in the morning and 1 in our last class of the school day. These classes' […]

This Convinced Me Students Should Be Playing Chess

via Instagram http://ift.tt/1q4kKse I didn't truly buy-in to "chess builds problem solvers" until my 6 year old started drawing out chess boards in her free […]

This Hotel Lobby Wants Something From You

I love the idea of this table. This is the table right next to the breakfast area at the suites my family stayed at over […]

A Math Limerick Led My Students to Learning History

I ran across this mathematical limerick somewhere on social media over the weekend, and threw it at my students purely as an equation to simplify […]

Real Math - My Son's Oat Milk

One of my boys has food allergies. A ton of them. So many that wife and I keep a list for OURSELVES posted in the […]

Create Interactive Number Set Venn Diagrams with Google Slides

I'm in number sets and set theory land in our Applied Math curriculum, which means I'm in the midst of my yearly debate on what, […]

Roominate STEM toys and Other "Girly" Toys

The list of things my 6 year old daughter enjoys is pretty short: Science experiments in a Minnie shirt - why not? Art Science and […]

Try Out These Military Leadership Principles with Your Students

Cleaning out my workshop tonight, I laid hands on a 12 year old notebook from my summer in Marine Corps Officer Candidate School (OCS). I […]

Do You Make Room for Teaching INefficiently?

We all love how efficiently technology helps us find, recall, and create information, right? I can more efficiently contact the parents of my students through […]

Data suggests print books making a comeback - does it matter for classrooms?

Just picked up this article in Quartz reporting Neilsen data suggesting the print books made a comeback last year, specifically buoyed by Harper Lee's Go […]

UnGoogleable Question - Oct 19, 2015 - Approximating Circle Area

I started the "Circles and Trigonometry" unit on my Applied Math class this week, so to get them triggering on some prior circles knowledge form […]

Kids > Your Professional Learning or Goals

As we wrap up professional development plan season in teacher-land, let us remember that it's the little things we do as PEOPLE that make all […]

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