Structured Group Work Webinar by Mimi Yang – Tonight on Global Math, EST 9:00pm

Join us tonight at Global Math to hear the fabulous Mimi Yang, writer of the blog, Until The  Next Stop, talk about structured group work.

I have been a huge fan of Mimi’s since I went back to teaching 5 years ago.  Her blog is smart and informative.  She is an expert at scaffolding lessons in a way that makes perfect sense to students.  My students love every lesson of hers that I try and always remember those concepts.  I can’t wait to hear how she structures group work.

Click here to attend the webinar tonight. 7 Oct: Structured Group Work.  I hope to see you there!

Global Math Webinar – March 4: Student Creativity in Math with Technology

Don’t miss Global Math this Tuesday night, March 4th, Student Creativity in Math with Technology. Rafranz Davis (@rafranzdavis) will be presenting.

Rafranz is an instructional technology specialist for a Dallas/Fort Worth area school district. As an advocate for passion-based learning, Rafranz uses her experience as a secondary math educator to help teachers integrate technology using innovative teaching strategies aimed at empowering students to be autonomous learners.


Visit the Global Math Page to reserve your spot!

Foldable Talk Summary – Recording, Links, and Powerpoint Included

Wow!  We had 65 people attend the second Global Math Department Foldable talk tonight.  We had some technical difficulties, mostly with audio.  I didn’t use a microphone last week when I jumped in on Megan’s talk so I didn’t think about using one this week.  But, I should have because I was hard to hear.  I hope I didn’t speak too fast (I have that tendency), which would make poor audio even worse.  If you didn’t get to go, you can view (and hopefully listen) to the entire presentation here.  So far I can only see the chat and the slides.  I am hoping that the audio is still processing.

Here are the slides from my presentation.  Pictures of some of the foldables are at the end.

To download the actual foldables, visit the Math Teacher’s Wiki.