Monthly Archives: March 2012

MacLean’s – Why is it your job to teach your children math?

A recent article in MacLean’s Magazine (the Canuck equivalent of Time or The Economist) questions math curriculum reform. The gist of the article is that the math curriculum reform has created a confusing and over-complicated curriculum where neither teachers nor … Continue reading

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Practicum Week 10 & 11

Well, blogging is kind of like going to the gym. It’s hard to get back into it once you take a break.  I don’t have much to say in this post so consider it equivalent to a light workout, just … Continue reading

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Taking a Break

I’m going to take a break from blogging. This is the last week before March break and I could use some downtime from thinking about teaching. I’ll resume blogging late next week or early the week after (the 19th.) Happy … Continue reading

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Week 9 – The Abridged Version

A whole week gone by already! I can’t believe how fast time is flying. One thing about just starting teaching is I constantly feel one step behind. It’s hard to take personal time off let alone time to publicly reflect … Continue reading

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