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Monthly Archives: September 2013
Academic Honesty in Question
Cheating? Really? Are you positive? Cheating is sometimes a hard call and other times it is not even questionable. Here’s my story: One day I decided once to give my students extra time on an exam the next day because … Continue reading
Posted in Calculus, Common Core, Math Education, Technology
Tagged academic honesty, calculus, cheating, copyright
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Read a Test to Students without Saying a Word!
I’ve always thought there would be some very cool educational applications for QR codes. I’ve make QR scavenger hunts that are fun for students while being great learning activities. There is an example of a Quadrilateral Properties Scavenger Hunt Activity … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra, Common Core, Math Education, Technology
Tagged assessment, efficiency, learning, lesson, Math, Special Needs Students, technology
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