• Radian Protractors

    Coolness

    by  • March 15, 2014 • Math, Radian Protractors, Teacherpreneur • 0 Comments

    I had a really good day at the Ten Counties Math Association Conference in New York State. My table was at the end of a hallway with reps from TI, Houghton-Mifflin, and Casio. People who asked about the ProRadian Protractor company were surprised to hear that I am the whole company! (OK, full disclosure:...

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    Oh, Commerce

    by  • March 15, 2014 • Math, Radian Protractors, Teacherpreneur • 0 Comments

    So, it’s 3:30 am, and I am wide awake in a hotel room, awaiting my now-redundant 5:15¬†wake-up call. I am filled with nervous energy because today I am exhibiting my ProRadian Protractors for the first time at a math conference. I’ve done several workshop presentations, the first of which had 96 attendees, but this...

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    GeoGebra as an Animation Tool

    by  • September 22, 2013 • Math, Radian Protractors • 0 Comments

    I’ve been writing lessons about transformations, using GeoGebra in every unit, and having fun with it! Last year’s Unit Performance Task was a little, um, boring, so I’ve been thinking about how I could make it more fun and more open-ended. Here’s what I’m thinking. Students must use one or more of the transformation...

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    How We Roll

    by  • July 30, 2013 • Math, Radian Protractors • 0 Comments

    I had the privilege of working with five motivated and thoughtful teachers this week who will be teaching our Geometry21 course this year. I had about six hours to show them what this course is all about and make them understand what blended learning looks and feels like. I think it will be a...

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