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EduTecher.com

This week’s on-line live event that I chose to attend was eduTecher at Classroom 2.0. This webinar was held on the Elluminate web site and the featured speaker was Adam Bellow.   Mr. Bellow is the creator of the EduTecher web … Continue reading

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Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow

Reflecting on the highs and lows of this course is a task that brings a twinge of regret.  As I look ahead to the coming school year I am thankful to have been given the opportunity to participate in many … Continue reading

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Edublogs Webinar

ED526b – Learning and Assessment in Secondary Math Unit 6 – assignment 6.7 Robert Stock      For this assignment I chose to participate in the discussion at EduBlogs Serendipity ,Thursday 7pm, August 19.    The discussion at this bi-weekly webinar centered … Continue reading

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Tasks and Bloom’s

ED526b Learning and Assessment in Secondary Math Unit 6 – Assignment 6.1 Robert Stock 1.  Knowledge      Tasks at this level will require the student to remember information or to recognize concepts.  Students could be asked to describe the difference … Continue reading

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How Do We Learn Math?

        The debate over the best method for the delivery of math instruction is not likely to be resolved any time soon.   I’m not sure we should ever attempt to declare a winner.   By the time we all agree upon … Continue reading

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Algebra 1 Textbook and Bloom’s

     In this assignment I have chosen to look at chapter 2 of the McDougall Littell Algebra 1 textbook that is currently being used at Reading High School.  The text is very well-organized and provides a solid framework for delivering instruction … Continue reading

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Creative Level Tasks

ED526b – Learning and Assessment in Secondary Math Unit 6 – assignment 6.2 Robert Stock      In unit two I created tasks and assignments that were based upon student understanding of the Pythagorean Theorem.  Since in this task utilizations of … Continue reading

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