Monthly Archives: August 2010

Political Cartoonist Daryl Cagle’s Commentary on Standardized Testing:

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Math Student’s Bill of Rights

I ran across this today. Perhaps it should be posted in all math classrooms.    Math Student’s Bill of Rights   I have the right to: Learn at my own pace and not feel stupid if I’m slower than others, … Continue reading

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Math Snacks: Do you like fish?

I love using short, witty video clips as an engagement tool for teaching math. This clip by Math Snacks is my new FAVORITE! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVuJMBqfnm0 A learner’s guide, a teaching guide and video downloads for the iPod can be found here: … Continue reading

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What is Paige reading?

Well…I am in the middle of Eat, Pray, Love on CD (I spend countless hours on the road) but tonight I picked-up the most interesting book at Books-A-Million: Easy as Pi: The countless ways we use numbers everyday by Jamie … Continue reading

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Welcome to our school?

I promise to get down to the business of blogging about math teaching but I wanted to pose a question to my new readers: What message does your school send to the folks who enter your building? What message greets teachers, … Continue reading

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Welcome to The Math Paige

Welcome to my first attempt at blogging! I am an independent school improvement consultant and I am starting this blog to provide an ongoing stream of ideas, resources and techniques for math teachers I work with and who attend my workshops. Feel … Continue reading

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