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Math Review Game "Raffle Ticket"

Today we played a Raffle Ticket Review Game in my Precalculus class. It was a huge success. The students were the most excited about doing math than I have ever seen. That may be because the semester is almost over (we are reviewing for the semester exam) or it may be because I haven't had them do many activities …

How to Give a Math Test During Distance Learning

updated on Sep 23, 2020 If you are teaching math in 2020, then your school has probably adopted an all-virtual or a hybrid model (some virtual students, some face-to-face). You have naturally wondered, "How am I supposed to give a test when the students are at home?"

How to Teach Math in a Hybrid Schedule

I think we math teachers can all agree that in some ways teaching math is easier than teaching other subjects. We don't have to grade essays, for example. Our grading is a lot less subjective and generally takes less time than our peers' in the humanities departments.

What to Teach in Non-AP Calculus

I have taught IB Math, AP Calculus, and non-AP Calculus (which we call "On-Level Calculus"). I love Calculus. I love it because it is challenging, and I am always looking for ways to improve how I teach it. I also love teaching it because the class is generally filled with 11th and 12th graders; I prefer the…

How to Get Your Students to Work at the Board

I call it Group Board Work. In 2017 I went to a teaching conference: Twitter Math Camp (TMC). (They haven't had one since 2018, and I don't know if they will have one again, but it was an awesome conference.)

Low Prep Math Review Game "Sticky Points"

How I got the idea for the game I was looking for some math review game ideas and I came across an elementary teacher's blog where she discussed a review game called Stinky Feet. She calls the game Stinky Feet because she allows the winning team to take their shoes off for the rest of the day. That's not goin…