Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dishonesty By The Numbers….

Several years ago, I almost got into a fistfight with a friend while attending a speech by Malcolm Gladwell at the NCTM annual conference in Salt Lake City. What began this near melee was Gladwell’s assertion that Pablo Picasso’s innovations … Continue reading

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The “Flipped Classroom” takes on THE REAL WORLD

There seems to be no shortage of “expert” advice when it comes to the “flipped classroom,” (which you can read about here, here and here) and as I read the enduring hoopola about classrooms that are adopting this style of … Continue reading

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