Where do teachers find good math resources?

I asked google this query “math websites for teachers to use in the classroom?” and  this is what they told me: In doing some reasearch, I learned that some of what they show is “programmed” into the way Google runs it’s queries. Their goal is to find the sites that help answer the question thatContinue reading “Where do teachers find good math resources?”

As a teacher.

May 23, 2016   I find myself in the role of a teacher. I have learned to find beauty in all that I see. Yet when others are faced with dissatisfaction, with fear or with anxiety, they are clouded, unable to see. Pulled from the presence. How then, do you teach others to embrace love.Continue reading “As a teacher.”

Student thinking as a source of insight.

One powerful lens that I find fascinating and incredibly rich is to take the stance of a student. Based on interacting with a student–listening to what they say, watching intently as the do, draw, or create something–and ultimately wondering, based on what I know about this student (history), the context we are in (situation), what mightContinue reading “Student thinking as a source of insight.”

Notice.

Notice.   Where are you right now? In physical space. In mental space. In state of being. Check in.   What is the quality of the air? Breathing in through your nostrils. Do you notice the tickle on the top of your lip? How the air is slightly warmer as you exhale.   How isContinue reading “Notice.”

Authentic self.

I’m learning to live more true to myself. This means letting go of judgement, of fear, of resentment, of criticism to the point of stagnation. In an ongoing healing journey, I am coming home to myself in the sense of living from a place of truth. My intention is to live, to fully live, withoutContinue reading “Authentic self.”