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favorite math?
addition
subtraction
multiplication
division
I use the term "maths" like some imbecile
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let it mellow
Jun 1, 2000



Dinosaur Gum

yeah 7x23 is 7x20 + 7x3 but imo teaching the boxes thing doesn’t teach u to learn that on ur own

idk I learned the old way and then one day I learned in algebra or sex Ed or something how things worked and then I saw the easy mental way to do math

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let it mellow
Jun 1, 2000



Dinosaur Gum

schmitty9800 posted:

-create a scope and sequence for the whole year, aligned to some type of standard for your subject
-within the scope and sequence design units, write a unit plan for each
-write individual lesson plans for your units
-set up your classroom in a way that appeals to multiple learning styles
-create procedures for every type of learning situation in your classroom so that you can transition between them without losing instructional time (lecture, individual work, group work, stations, etc.)
-manage student behavior, have a discipline plan in place for any situation that may arise for your students
-grade papers
-create innovative lessons that incorporate real world situations, provided that they all fit into your unit plans
-implement modifications and accommodations that students may have based on their IEP (for special ed. students) or their 504 (for students with a disability)
-contact parents and provide timely feedback
-form personal connections with students
-participate in the school community (extra-curricular activities, attend school events, supervise lunch and before/after school)

that sounds boring

let it mellow
Jun 1, 2000



Dinosaur Gum

BeefThief posted:

a math thred

just use excel, kiddos

also give swirlies to nerds and math teachers

let it mellow
Jun 1, 2000



Dinosaur Gum

oh that venn diagram is 100% overlap

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