Here are my Stars of the Week–aka favorite posts and tweets! If you’re a #SOTW, grab the badge using the code below if you’d like it for your blog!
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Remember you can always use the nomination form and I will put it in my next post!
Let’s start with a super happy post from Elissa (@). Sometimes it’s nice to reminded that, yes, this job can sometime rock. And it couldn’t be rocking for a nicer person! I bet making lessons like these is definitely helping the positive trend!
Man, I love books. Beth (@) was nice enough to share some that are great for any age! (I added The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires because I LOVE reading that book to my classes. Look at this cute video of it!)
(I never know if I should use someone’s name if they don’t use it on Twitter. Thoughts?)
This has nothing to do with math or school, but it made me laugh. 🙂
And now for some starred tweets:
— Jessica Breur (@BreurBreur) August 31, 2016
This is a good one. Need to remember it when I get frustrated with a student. https://t.co/tyHSQ2784U
— Jennifer Abel (@abel_jennifer) August 29, 2016
— casey (@cmmteach) August 29, 2016
— Ali Grace (@AGEiland) August 27, 2016
Student: “Today was pretty good, considering I hated math last year.” #onegoodthing
— Tom Hall (@trigoTOMetry) August 26, 2016
— Julie Morgan (@fractionfanatic) August 26, 2016
— Mary Bourassa (@MaryBourassa) August 25, 2016
— David Butler (@DavidKButlerUoA) August 24, 2016
“I’ll know if you’ve read your syllabus carefully.”
“How will you know?”
121: 0/12 dinos so far. pic.twitter.com/15BDxnvPcD
— #unlikeable (@AngerMonkey) August 24, 2016