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What Sudoku Has Taught Me

I avoided learning the game of Sudoku for years because the first time I saw it, I knew that it was something that I would enjoy.  The problem I have when I “enjoy” a game is that I find it difficult to stop playing.  A few months ago, I finally caved to the temptation of…
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“School’s Out for Summer”

I was never an Alice Cooper fan, but I think both students and teachers alike relate to this song  as they celebrate the end of another school year.  Once the celebration is over, and the thrill of being able to sleep in late has worn off, what then?  Summer is a great time for students…
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The Student as the Teacher

One of the aspects of teaching I like the most, is that as I am teaching, I am also learning.  In 1990 when I first started teaching, graphing calculators were just starting to make their way into the classrooms.  I had been introduced to the graphing calculator at a teacher’s conference and I was excited about…
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What’s in a Number?

My son has known from a fairly young age what he wants to do in life, and his personal goals require him to maintain good grades in school.  In some ways having a goal-oriented, self-driven child is a blessing, in other ways it can be quite stressful, especially during testing season.  My son knows that…
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