This blog post is a sharing of how I curate and consume my education reading list. It’s a response to Ollie Lovell’s (@ollie_lovell) blog post with the same questions (and title!). Ollie Lovell, Amie Albrecht, and Michaela Epstein gave a #MAVCON session on strengthening the Edu-Twitter/blogging community in Australia. If you write a blog in response, let one of them know and … Continue reading Managing overwhelm: How do you curate and consume your educational reading list?
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For "The Virtual Conference of Mathematical Flavors", I share my vision for for making Mathematics playful and creative in the classroom.
On the precipice, on the edge of the first day of the first placement, I feel time poor. I feel like I've been doing all this stuff for uni but that none of it helps me be prepared for tomorrow. Tomorrow, I step into the classroom and the students problems become my problems. Tomorrow is … Continue reading The day before…
Reflecting on your practice as a pre-service teacher seems both impossible and critical, as you approach your teaching practicum. On the one hand, you have no experience being a teacher in a classroom context to have developed a practice on which to reflect. Sure, you have observed, you have read, you have simulated, and you … Continue reading A thought about thinking