When each group was setting up to present, I would discretely hand the questions written on index cards to a less confident learners. After the group presented their thinking, I would ask, "Does anyone have any questions for this group?" The learners would look around nervously in an awkward silence while I glared uncomfortably at a learner with an index card. Eventually, uncomfortable with the silence, the learner would ask the question on their card.
If you teach and blog about AP CSP, please fill out this form so I can link to your blog here too. This is my first year teaching AP Computer Science Principles. I am super excited to bring the first AP class to my tiny alternative high school. I attended AP training through code.org's TeacherCon … Continue reading AP Computer Science Principles Blog List
I was contacted by Chalkbeat to answer a few questions for their "How I Teach" series. They asked some difficult questions and it took me a lot of thought to answer them. I appreciated having to stop and think about what I do. Chalkbeat is a nonprofit news organization committed to covering one of America’s … Continue reading Chalkbeat: How I Teach
I attended Twitter Math Camp for only 2 of the 3.5 days this year. I learned so much. Each of these items below could be a separate blog post, but for now I am just listing them in order to put them somewhere and remind myself of what stood out to me this year. It … Continue reading 30 things from #TMC17