So here’s the first post of many that will give insight into the delights, horrors, difficulties, and payoffs to creating math curricula that will stretch my abilities as a teacher and my students’ abilities as, well, students.

I’m planning, no…I’m going to create lessons that create curious and excited math students in geometry, algebra II and statistics. I’ve starting developing some ideas and it’s hard to do. Darn hard. But it needs to be done. It needs to be done for the sake of my students.


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  1. Mr. Cloud! If you’re interested, I have a geometry lesson you might enjoy. It’s on the application of trig ratios. It’s a student center lesson that I’m actually teaching at chiles this week for my PBI class.

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