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## 2013-2014

- Amazing Icebreakers
- Goals for 2013-2014
- Math Class Set-Up
- First Day / First Week Activities and Reflections 2013-14
- Lesson Organization
- One Good Thing
- Favorite Resources
- Problem Solving

## 2012-2013

- First Day / First Week Activities 2012-2013
- Student Math Class Notebooks
- Classroom Set-up / Goals
- Advisory
- Homework Procedures and Policies
- Favorite Math Class Game
- Organization
- Classroom Management
- Favorite Ways To Practice
- Sub Plans
- Math Club
- Support Math Bloggers
- iPad Apps / Technology in the Math Classroom
- Increasing Problem Solving Skills
- Differentiation in the Math Classroom
- Developing Number Sense in Math Students
- Flipping the Math Classroom
- Student Reflection and Goal Setting
- Projects and Project Based Learning in Mathematics
- Our Favorites from 2012
- Most (and Least) Favorite Math Practice Websites
- Differentiating Math Homework
- Post Your “Official” Lessons Plans That Were Used for Observation
- Helping Students Behind in Math
- Station Activities
- Math Class Grading Policies
- How Do You Grade (or not grade) Math Homework
- Spiraling Review from Past Math Topics
- Helping Students Study for Math Tests
- Project Learning for the Common Core
- Differentiation
- Supplies – What’s in Your Cabinet?

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