Interleaving in mathematics for better results

“If You Always Do What You‘ve Always Done, You‘ll Always Get What You‘ve Always Got.” ~ Henry Ford. My fellow educators, I first want to ask, how are you? Really? It is nice to be writing this month’s blog, but I must admit that, I had to change the order of my topics (shift the next few topics down)Continue reading “Interleaving in mathematics for better results”

The Impact of Peer Observation on my teaching and student progress

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. It is often said that experience teaches wisdom and mistakes make you stronger. However, the art of teaching is one which, in my opinion, is a life long journey of learning; you can always better your best. Indeed, even though I believe in these sayings,Continue reading “The Impact of Peer Observation on my teaching and student progress”