…what better way to teach my students statistics than to challenge them to do a project involving numbers
“Numberbender is an elite group of math ninjas who make shurikens out of calculus and nanchucks out of algebra.”
Pero hindi nga pala kayang baguhin ang guhit ng palad dahil ilang beses ko mang iwasan ang propesyon ng pagtuturo, tila batubalani ito na hinihila ako para magsulat gamit ang yeso at pisara (wow, lalim nun ah!)
in rare occasions I give credit point through asking students random questions from world geography to pop culture…
I don’t usually give out extra credit points to boost my students grade up. However, I thought it would be great to give them a chance to change their lowest scoring test by creating a flipped video on a math test that they did poorly on.
I got passed the awkward feeling of seeing myself teach on videos. It’s been a big struggle at the beginning and overcoming the weird feeling of listening to my voice is liberating– making flipping classroom a lot easier.
I just wanted to take the time to write and congratulate you on your site and to wish you all the best with it.
Thank you so much for your kindly sharing your expertise. I would like to express my sincere gratitude from the bottom of my heart.
Have a wonderful school year!
Thank you for a great resource! I have AP Stat, Precal, AP Calc AB and Geometry preps this year and I’m going to miss the first two weeks of school due to surgery. I definitely plan to incorporate some of your Powerpoints into my sub plans, even the Alg I material that will have to be reviewed the first two days in Geometry.