Monthly Archives: October 2013

No Rational Expressions this week

Bitstrips, the site I use to create Rational Expressions, recently decided to expand and provide a cartoon-creating app on Facebook. They must not have foreseen the number of people that would be interested, because now their servers are overloaded, preventing me from logging on to my account at all.

As a result, there will be no Rational Expressions cartoon this week. Hopefully this will clear up soon.

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Rational Expressions – Thinking Inside the Box

 

ThinkingInsideTheBox

Rational Expressions – Getting Zero Sleep

GettingZeroSleep

“Flip This Classroom” Contest

This is my entry into the “Flip This Classroom” contest. The winner gets to choose a Steelcase classroom furniture configuration. Wish me luck!! WATCH HERE !!

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Rational Expressions – Step-Wise

StepWise

I was actually building an outdoor playset this weekend, and yes, I’m only on step 3 of 35… after five hours! My kids will be adults by the time I’m done!

Flipped Learning Global Initiative

Supporting Flipped Learning Worldwide

Standing on Mast- Heads

We must seek to understand ourselves and our world with thoughtful empathy, humility, and wonder.

Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere

I have no idea why I picked this blog name, but there's no turning back now

GL(s,R)

Something witty goes here

Great Maths Teaching Ideas

Sharing great ideas and resources with maths teachers around the world

Habitual Runaway Tours

International Roadtripping

Learning in Liz's Life

Experiencing, reflecting, growing, and learning

Math Munch

A Weekly Digest of the Mathematical Internet

Mathematics for Students

Learning Mathematics - Resources for Students

napmath

Just another WordPress.com site

profkeithdevlin

Mathematics and other stuff

Pumphrey's Math

Patterns, everywhere

techieMusings

Ramblings of: a HS math teacher; lover of technology; addicted to learning; passionate about making learning feel like play.

The Feedback Loop

Thoughts about maths and teaching.

An English Teacher's

Thoughts on Literature and Education

What? Thinking.

My odd thoughts, blogged.

janet's life

growing up and journeying forward