Monthly Archives: November 2014

My Blue Ninja

That’s my blue ninja.  It was gift from one of the kids at church recently.  Each Sunday, I teach a group of 5th grade students at church.  Before and after this time, I help supervise transitions and “hang out” with … Continue reading

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Quit “Mathifying” Grades

At this year’s Association of Middle Level Educators (AMLE) annual conference, Rick Wormeli made a statement that has been swirling around in my head since I heard it.  He said, “Quit mathifying grades.”  While the wording is less than “standard … Continue reading

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