Category: Algebra

This year, I have been doing instructional learning walks with campus deans. Last week our Assistant Director of Secondary Math was also able to join us at one campus. In years past when I walked classes, I have simply left a sticky note of positive highlights from the class and thanked the teachers for letting […]

This year, we are providing unit trainings to help understand and dive deeper into our curriculum. Our curriculum is modeled after the UbD format and since this is new for some teachers, we wanted to provide time to get comfortable with the structure and also walk away with actionable plans for the classroom. I am […]

This past weekend was the 150th year anniversary of the university I attended, Trinity University. They had big alumni events including a block party Saturday night where they closed down the street next to Trinity and they opened the homes of VPs and campus officials to alumni decades for toasts and celebrating. On Friday, they […]

I completely forgot about a UbD unit I created a few years ago which connects mathematical systems of equations to writing for the English STAAR (I wasn’t able to use it this year due to a calendaring scheduling conflict, so it slipped my mind). I was searching around for some English/Math connections and stumbled upon this unit published […]

After seeing such inspiring math teaching blogs out there, I have decided to try my own. I want to post interesting things that my students accomplish, that I accomplish, and that I aspire to do. I must admit, this is my first time blogging, so this will be a new adventure for me. But essentially, […]