## Sunday, October 07, 2012

### My Weekly Diigo Links (weekly)

• +1 The last paragraph. RT @bjfr: What if your Word Problems Knew what you Liked? http://t.co/tCwtvZqe via @educationweek

• Rachel's add 'em up activity

tags: practice

• Worskheet to give at the beginning of a group work project.

tags: groupwork

• How Pam teaches a new concept.

tags: teaching

• tags: font

• Common Core Resources

tags: CCSS

• Towards the bottom, an interesting way to introduce piecewise functions with maps.

• Good introduction to linear inequalities in real world terms.

• Converting to vertex form without using completing the square. Brings us an interesting question - why do we use completing the square to get a quadratic equation into vertex form when this is MUCH easier?

• Foldable with 8 parent functions - maybe worth exploring for transformations for me?

• How she began transformations - has a copy of her introducing parent functions sheet. I would like to adapt that to work with my Alg 2 students.

tags: transformations

• Teacher Tool: Ohio’s 2012 Statewide Education Conference Coming Soon. http://t.co/MLwLU1FS #OHEdConf #ohioed

tags: OHEdConf ohioed

• @lmhenry9 the link to the video is in this post An Idea on Differentiated Learning http://t.co/efa7osKE hope it gives you an idea

• MT @Mcoaty: open-ended math problem - Statistical analysis to rank baseball players #CCSS objectives included http://t.co/jgRa3Git #mathchat

tags: CCSS mathchat

• Sticky notes were hands down the winner today in class. The students amazed me today: http://t.co/f1ahaSut

• #CCSS and #assessment - it's a balancing act http://t.co/7v8Jka0f #education #teaching

• Big thanks to @misscalcul8 @mathteacher24 @Fouss @approx_normal @jreulbach for sharing their favorites! Archive: https://t.co/J9MPKmU2

• @lmhenry9 For operations:https://t.co/2lvCqFq

• @lmhenry9 For compositions: http://t.co/wt0dLiw

• Ohio schools no longer are no-cellphone zones | The Columbus Dispatch http://t.co/4z8FgdmL #ohioed #edchat #edtech

tags: ohioed edchat edtech

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.