I’ve visited some great sites this week – looking forward to many more new read over the next month.
Check out @MathDenisNJ at Unanswerable Questions, the blog name is enough to make you curious! He has a book coming out in August 2016, Instant Relevance: Using Today’s Experiences in Tomorrow’s Lessons. Under the Math Activities, you’ll find several engaging examples of his lessons. I chose to link to his Donut Holes task in Honor of National Donut Day!
– celebrated in the United States of America, is on the first Friday of June each year, succeeding the Doughnut Day event created by The Salvation Army in 1938 to honor those of their members who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I. )
Many great posts shared dating back to 2012.
As I scroll down @martinsean‘s blog Opposite of a Negative, I WANT to visit that classroom. So many projects that make me curious. I will definitely be stopping by more throughout the summer to catch up on his #180posts
This peacock caught my eye out of several creative Wheel of Theodorus projects!