Math is Real Life! {July}

I’m joining up again with 4mulafun, The Teacher Studio, Miss Math Dork, and Teaching to Inspire in 5th for the Math is Real Life Linky! This month, I want to share a little secret with the bloggy world.  Those who are closest to me have all witnessed this confession.  I am an addict.  It’s hard to admit.  My math post today is to share how my addiction relates to math and puts a financial strain on my family.   . .. … …. ….. …… ……. …….. ……… ………. ……….. ………… …………. ………….. …………… ………….. …………. ………… ………. ……… ……..…

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Independent Work Time: How I Differentiate Effectively

So if you have followed my blog for long, you have heard about my use of what I call a “Bubble Page.”  With moving from the special education setting, where I used this in strictly reading, I had to find a way to use this in general education math.  As I worked my way through this, I decided that this is something that could take differentiation to the max in any classroom. Differentiation is something that is a passion of mine and something I feel is a great strength in my daily routines.  Maybe it’s the special education teacher in me,…

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Eight Ways to Use QR Codes in the Elementary Classroom

Number One: Differentiate Instruction By using QR Codes in the classroom, you can link students to work that is tailored to their level.  Whether you are thinking about instruction in reading, mathematics, social studies, or science, all students walk into your room needing different things.  As the teacher, you can use QR Codes to link each and every student or small group to something that is tailored to fit their needs.  Have a reading passage in three or four different reading levels?  Perfect!  Link a QR Code to a PDF version of each of the different passages.  Your students won’t know…

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