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Challenge your students to study in new ways, and become independent learners.
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Survey or handout (both included) with independent learning strategies for those moments when students feel 'stuck' in math. Lesson plan description: https://mathacognitive.wordpress.com/2018/02/16/when-i-feel-stuck-in-math-i-can-____-lesson-sketch/
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Retrieval practice is shown to boost student learning, and is an easy study strategy for busy adults to implement. Done in class, it also gives teachers great formative insights.In this lesson students explore retrieval practice, and strengthen
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

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MY TEACHING STYLE

My students left school as teenagers, before that they mostly went to schools that struggled and where they struggled. They’re back as adults, and balancing work, kids, family, life and school. They’re determined (and awesome, in my humble opinion) but they’re not necessarily convinced they can learn math. My job is to convince them otherwise (and then help them learn enough math to get a high school credential). We blend math with learning about learning, and try to build structures that will help every student become a confident, successful math learner.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I was that girl. Smart, good in school, and somewhere around sine waves and that teacher I didn’t like but had two years in a row, I decided I wasn’t a math person. I was a social sciences person, I was going to save the world, and I didn’t see how calculus was going to help with that. Years later, a volunteer gig in a GED class showed me there was joy to be found in teaching adults and the intellectual and interpersonal challenge of convincing them that they were math people. Or at least, capable math learners. One career change later, I teach math, but really I think about brains and learning, about anxiety, efficacy and metacognition. In short, about the human side of math class

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I blog about teaching, learning and math at mathacognitive.wordpress.com

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