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Started this discussion. Last reply by Candice Walsh Jan 5, 2009. 38 Replies


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I work for the Collaborative for Teaching and Learning as an educational programs consultant. I spend most of my time mentoring/coaching teachers in content literacy, and supporting teachers teaching math in a hybrid environment, while pursuing my PhD in curriculum and instruction in math ed. My wife and I are the happy parents of four teenage daughters.

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At 8:59am on July 17, 2009, Pamela A. Moore said…
Thanks for the tip(s). I've read the 17 tips and will study on incorporating VoiceThread. Too much to do and too little time.
Mil gracias
At 8:10pm on June 23, 2009, Kay McNulty said…
Hi Roland, yes moved on. We have found that the free online manipulatives/applets suited our needs (for now)
At 3:31pm on April 2, 2009, Bob Zenhausern said…
Just looked more closely at your second topic and it intrigues me, even though I am not sure what you mean. ;)

using metacognitive reflection and threaded discussions to identify processes and concepts that students are using in problem solving situations in algebra.

Metacognitive reflection...what do you mean by that?
At 3:25pm on April 2, 2009, Bob Zenhausern said…
Took a little while to get back. Your thesis idea sounds interesting and I would lke to take a look and give my reactions. I am interested in incorporating a spreadsheet into all math courses so the arithmetic becomes invisible and the students can concentrate on the math.

By the way, do you notice learning styles in math. For example, geometry and more graphically oriented material vs algebra and more digitally oriented material.
At 2:43pm on March 22, 2009, Carolyn Greenberg said…
Glad you liked the newsletter. Thanks again for your contribution to it. It has been extraordinarily busy lately! Let's keep in touch with topics of interest!
At 7:32am on March 22, 2009, Johnathan Chase said…
Hey Roland, more good points you are making about the "power" of the arts and in particular music. I see it as an academic middle ground especially for my at-risk and reluctant learners. Talking about the meaning of songs and lyrics seems to create an intellectual "comfort zone" for my students where they begin to engage in critical thinking about course content themes and ideas. My area is social studies but will look around for music and math resources.
At 10:26pm on March 21, 2009, Johnathan Chase said…
Good points in your reply regarding social networks, I have been using comments on my arts in education MySpace to engage and motivate middle school students. Since MySpace is blocked at my school, and the students are young to be using MySpace I simply cut and paste the comments at home into a word document and share them with my classes that way. Check them out...
At 12:50pm on January 10, 2009, Art La Rue said…
-10 right now; it's been as low as -26. We haven't been above zero in the past two weeks; really odd for the Anchorage Bowl. The snow's beautiful though as I get ready to take my labs out snowshoeing. Thanks for asking. I lived in KY years ago; I was a drill sergeant at Fort Know in the early 80s. Art
At 6:58am on January 4, 2009, Carolyn Greenberg said…
Hi Roland,
Thanks for your comments on the math/literacy blog. It looks as if we have similar occupations and interests. I coach/mentor teachers in literacy education. I see you are interested in technology as well. Did you ever go to the Alan November conference in July? It's a great experience.
At 12:10pm on December 29, 2008, Art La Rue said…
Roland: Thanks for the idea. I intend to use it for my very next thread. I just gave it a look see. I didn't see a limit on words, and I'm going to assume each discussion will post without interference with any other post? I'd really like to move away from the "journals" and go digital where ever possible. I've been reluctant because of the issue with students posting over one another. Perhaps you've provided the answer I was looking for. Incidentally, I've been giving serious consideration to pursuing a doctorate in curriculum development too!


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