Math Chat: What Does it Mean to be “Good at Math”?

Written by CK-12 Foundation on May 9, 2012

Some years ago, I taught an evening course at a community college that catered to working adults. The students varied in age from 20 to 60, but they all shared one thing in common. They all had a huge amount of math anxiety. They were all absolutely convinced that they were not “good at math.” This class, with the innocuous name of “General Mathematics for Non-Mathematicians,” was designed to bridge the gap between the skills the students were supposed

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Teaching With Technology: Jenny David

Written by Champions on April 20, 2012

Welcome to Teaching with Technology! This series of guest posts asks educators to share how they integrate technology in their classrooms. These posts are written by a very special group, CK-12 Foundation’s Champions.

Today’s guest post is by Jenny David. Jenny is a Special Education Teacher with the TCSOS Nexus Program in Jamestown, CA.

How do you currently integrate technology in your classroom (e.g., products used, devices, etc.)?
I am a special education teacher for students in 5th-8th grades who have EBD (Emotional

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Teaching With Technology: Philip Lacy

Written by Champions on April 18, 2012

Welcome to Teaching with Technology! This series of guest posts asks educators to share how they integrate technology in their classrooms. These posts are written by a very special group, CK-12 Foundation’s Champions.

Today’s guest post is by Philip Lacy. He is the Director of Instructional Technology at Niles Township Community High School District 219 in Illinois.

How do you currently integrate technology in your classroom (e.g., products used, devices, etc.)?
We have a Ubuntu based 1:1 program using Free and Open Resources

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