### 50 Shades of Grades – Teacher Trap

I've updated the descriptors on my Grading Chart this school year!

### Treating Cancer with math at Moffitt Cancer Center

<p>TAMPA — It's called “mathematical oncology.” </p>

### Carnegie Learning Math

If you are a regular follower of mine you know that I have spent this past school year helping to lead our k-12 math curriculum review as pa...

### Following Directions

I made it through my first week back to school! So far things are going great. I've almost learned all of my new students names and we (my students and I) have learned a lot about each other. Now it's time to jump into the math! When I first started using Carnegie one thing I noticed was that students do not read the directions (or the whole problem) given to them. Sometimes they are being lazy and do not write their answer in a complete sentence or explain how they got the answer. But I…

### Math Education That Works

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### Function Aerobics

I love how the Carnegie text has students working with linear functions from the very first chapter (even though students don't know that is...

### Amanda Dyal

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### Slicing Three-Dimensional Figures- CC 7.G.3

CCSS 7.G.3 Describe the two-dimensional figures that result from slicing three-dimensional figures, as in plane section of right rectangular prisms and right rectangular pyramids. I was really pleased with how the Carnegie Curriculum addressed this standard in the collaborative classroom text. They devoted three lessons to this standard: slicing through a cube, slicing through right rectangular prisms, slicing through right rectangular pyramids. My accelerated students really enjoyed these…