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# Category Archives: Teaching Math – Resources

## Podcast

In a 2013 article in “The Journal”, Dian Schaffhauser does a survey of what educators think about the Khan Academy math program. Here is my podcast about her article entitled “The Math of Khan”. Talking about Education Advertisements

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## Really Big Education Site

Cybrary Man’s Educational Web Sites The internet catalogue for students, teachers, administrators & parents.Over 20,000 relevant links personally selected by an educator/author with over 30 years of experience.

## Asking Effective Questions – best practices

There’s many articles written on how to ask questions. Here’s some that I liked: Questions Engaging Students through effective questions Questioning Skills to Engage Students Questioning Techniques. “Good learning starts with questions, not answers”. This article provides a wealth of … Continue reading

## Gamefication – Learning by Doing, over and over again

Video games can be a wonderful way to learn something that has to be memorized – like times tables, prime numbers, factors because it allows the player to get enough repetition to memorize something before they’re so bored that they … Continue reading

## Informal Assessment Strategy – Z Charts

Learning, Contributing ‘n Developing – tutorial for creating your own Z Charts Z Charts are an informal assessment tools borrowed from the business world where they are often used to show sales over time, and the site, “Learning, Contributing ‘n … Continue reading

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