I've been thinking a lot about what I want my blog to turn into in the future. I have set a couple goals for myself:
- Make sure that at least 1 post per week that is reflective in nature (either about teaching, a specific lesson or something going on at school).
- Celebrate what my students are doing in class.
- Celebrate success' I have when working with colleagues.
- Make my writing interesting for others to read.
I hope that those of you who are returning for a second day of reading find my blog somewhat entertaining or informative. I'm in the middle of giving a moon phase quick check where I pull students back and work with them one-on-one and I wanted the rest of the class to have some sort of meaningful work...enter: Blendspace.
For those of you who don't know, Blendspace rocks!
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Blendspace - Why it Rocks
I use Blendspace for math reviews VERY frequently! I generally embed some sort of tutorial I made in Educreations or Doceri *learn more about Doceri Desktop on my other blog post or see atutorial example.* After a tutorial, I will embed some sort of review quiz or a game that reviews the same topic. You are able to hyperlink to external sites if you need.