tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2467202639598238063.post5028171265122157400..comments2017-06-23T02:07:25.104-05:00Comments on misscalcul8: Not Smart Enough To TeachElissa Millernoreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2467202639598238063.post-70011479550929862662009-06-24T11:06:32.965-05:002009-06-24T11:06:32.965-05:00Truthfully? None of us really know what we're ...Truthfully? None of us really know what we're doing! And no matter how many years you teach ( I just finished year 13), there is always more to learn.<br />BUT, I promise, you already have what you need to become the best - you "WANT TO". <br />The important thing is to not beat yourself up with thinking "I could have, should have..."- you did the best you could with what you had. And next year will be so much easier!<br />I think there are two keys - Remember what you are teaching - kids (not math or algebra - kids) and never stop learning more. There are so many great books and internet resources about teaching.gtteachnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2467202639598238063.post-22181218151825062842009-06-13T19:56:00.970-05:002009-06-13T19:56:00.970-05:00I am teaching Algebra 1, Applied Algebra 1 ( a slo...I am teaching Algebra 1, Applied Algebra 1 ( a slower paced, less advanced algebra 1) and Applied Geometry 1.<br /><br />And I just hit the jackpot with this post on Dan Meyer's blog: The Comprehensive Math Assessment Resource http://blog.mrmeyer.com/?p=346<br /><br />It's got algebra and geometry! Score!Miss Cal.Q.L8http://www.blogger.com/profile/02014623484245570719noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2467202639598238063.post-13287787657583713982009-06-13T19:43:03.751-05:002009-06-13T19:43:03.751-05:00You are right where you need to be/should be. I ju...You are right where you need to be/should be. I just finished my first year as well, and I look at Dan Meyer's blog with the same reaction you have. The important thing is the desire to make a change and put into practice all the things we learned in school and are continuing to learn about teaching and learning. Good luck with your "Deep Thinking Day" and please share what you come up with! What classes are you teaching/developing curriculum for next year?jbrtvahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07008284686488859024noreply@blogger.com