50,000 Page Views
Posted February 3, 2009on:
I started this little blog to help remember the stuff I do in class. I can’t believe that 2/3 of a year later and only half way through the school year, I’ve had 50,000 page views. Thanks for stopping by, I hope I was able to make your job a little easier.
Every year brings a change, this one is no exception.
I will be picking up the sophomore honors Algebra II class to keep them separate from the juniors. This should help accelerate them and put them on a stronger track towards Calculus. Looks like there will be only one section each of Physics and Calculus, but still two of Robotics & Engineering.
Hot topics this year are going to be the Common-Core Standards, Standards-Based Grading (SBG), improving AP Calculus scores, and somehow adding Python, maybe as a club.
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