Building off of Michael Fenton's quadratics matching activity, I created a polynomial matching activity. I like it, but I don't love it. I want to somehow push students to prove whay they make their choices, not just state them & I want to add more questions at the end that require students to connect the various representations of … Continue reading Polynomial matching activity
I am writing this with next school year in mind. I don't want this to happen anymore: In my algebra 1 class, we have been working with polynomials. I would like it to be more real world / project based, but when we started this unit, I was so swamped, I had nothing to use, and I … Continue reading Algebra frustration applying skills
I have been lurking & stealing from other blogger math teachers since 2010, and after a tough few school years, and an awesome 3 day experience at NCTM Denver, I am convinced that it is time. I like SBG, but am struggling right now on how to incorporate and assess more project based learning / RME. It is late Sunday … Continue reading Hi, my name is Lisa, What’s Yours?