Category Archives: self-flagellation

Model Shop! One volume done!

Hooray, I have finally finished what used to be called EGADs and is now the first volume of The Model Shop. Calling it the first volume is, of course, a treacherous decision. So. This is a book of 42 activities … Continue reading

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Talking is so not enough

We’re careening towards to the end of the semester in calculus, and I know I’m mostly posting about stats, but this just happened in calc and it applies everywhere. We’ve been doing related rate problems, and had one of those classic … Continue reading

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Coming (Back) to Our Census

Reflecting on the continuing, unexpected, and frustrating malaise that is Math 102, Probability and Statistics, one of my ongoing problems has been the deterioration of Fathom. It shouldn’t matter that much that we can’t get Census data any more, but … Continue reading

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Blood in the Aisles

I don’t quite know how Beth does it! We’re using Beth Chance and Allan Rossman’s ISCAM text, and on Thursday we got to Investigation 1.6, which is a cool introduction to power. (You were a .250 hitter last season; but … Continue reading

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Purposes, Objectives, Goals, Rubrics, ack!

This is all about discomfort. Mine. In Jason Buell’s post, he reported on an ASCD virtual conference. I’m so glad he did, because I’m afraid that if I had been there, I would have come off the rails. And I … Continue reading

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