Tag Archives: graphing

142 – tired but glad to be back!

I do miss my students when I’m away for too long, and 3 teaching days in a row was the longest I’d ever been away. The kids were glad to see me also which made it sweet! In each class, we spent about half of it just catching up. I talked a lot about D.C., what […]

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124 – “Des-man”

I wrote a short post about using Desmos today to create our “Des-man” — really nice activity.

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121 – graphing quadratic functions

Algebra students used Desmos today to see how the coefficients a, b, and c affect the shape of the parabola.

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84 – the case of the missing laundry

My algebra kids are just beginning The_Case_of_the_Missing_Laundry. It’s great fun!

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37 – racetrack

It’s another early dismissal for kids today because we have our annual Carnival from 3:30 to 8:00. Normally my homeroom gets the Dunk Tank booth, but due to liability issues, we no longer have it. I think we have the dessert table now. Not quite the same. My 6th graders have already played Battleship with their other math […]

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