Getting Foundations good and annoyed with writing lists to illustrate the usefulness of the counting principle, permutations, combinations, etc.
My first experience with row games: worked great! Engaging, nice way to review exponents in prep for logs in precal.
Ok, if these kids are so focused on their grades, they should at least know how to calculate them...
Interesting way of thinking about a problem that I still have a hard time wrapping my head around. This is why the job in interesting.
Using the rubric to punch up our responses. Ss did these in groups to assess their previous answers.
Little bit of a proof explosion today in geometry: here are some basic definitions of quadrilaterals. What properties can you come up with using congruent triangles? Ended with a board proof. Can't write on the f'n board cause of my shoulder! Puppeted some ss through it.