In December I made it my goal to start trying to post at least once per day, and I've been very successful so far. That also means there's a lot you may have missed if you're not checking in frequently.
So now you can expect "best of" posts at the end of the month as a way to catch up quickly. First, my 5 best posts this month:
- 52 Teachers, 52 Lessons Project (1/5) The first few weeks of this community writing project have already exceeded my expectations. I can't wait to see what the other 49 teachers will contribute! You can use the 52 teachers 52 lessons tag to conveniently get all of the entries in one place.
- New Spring Semester Student Survey (1/6)
- Linear Equations Formula Book (1/12)
- 3 Ways to Use Microcredit to Invest Your Students (1/20)
- Project Idea: Transformations of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (1/28)
- Three Free Tools for Creating, Editing and Reading PDFs (1/3)
- Psychology Today Talks Social Networking Issues (1/9)
- Detroit, Boston and the Great Single-Sex School Debate (1/18)
- Stress Relief: Better Living Through Tetris (1/22) Talk about taking your own advice: Now that I've found this, I can't stop playing it. What does that say about how traumatized I am after school each day?
- 15 Engaging High School Math Activities (1/25)
Today is also the one year anniversary of the publishing of my book, Ten Cheap Lessons: Easy, Engaging Ideas for the Secondary Classroom!! You can find it at lulu.com as well as other fine retailers.
Thank you for reading and your contributions! The fact that I can contribute something to this profession that has given me so much is so fulfilling.