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Monthly Archives: February 2014
Is it “No Go?” Or is it “No Math?” My Review of “Go Math!”
Bill Gates spent over $40,000,000 to fund the Common Core State Standards by donating to a variety of think tanks and teaching organizations. This is a review of HoughtonMifflin Harcourt’s “Go Math!”, one of the first curricula that is allegedly … Continue reading
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Me vs. The Stinkin’ GREs: In Which I Experience A “FreakOut”
In which the author, a 54 year old with 30 years in the field of mathematics education, takes the GREs, his first attempt at taking a standardized test in almost 30 years. Here is a list of the other posts … Continue reading
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Me vs. The Stinkin’ GREs: in which I start to click…
In which the author, a 54 year old with 30 years in the field of mathematics education, takes the GREs, his first attempt at taking a standardized test in almost 30 years. To see the first post of this series, … Continue reading
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Me vs. the GREs – High Security and Writing My Time
In which the author, a 54 year old with 30 years in the field of mathematics education, takes the GREs, his first attempt at taking a standardized test in almost 30 years. Here is a list of the other posts … Continue reading
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Me vs. the Stinkin’ GREs: Test Day Arrives
In which the author, a 54 year old with 30 years in the field of mathematics education, takes the GREs, his first attempt at taking a standardized test in almost 30 years. Here is a list of the other posts … Continue reading
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Title Bout: It’s Me vs. The Stinkin’ GREs, Part I
In which the author, a 54 year old with 30 years in the field of mathematics education, takes the GREs, his first attempt at taking a standardized test in almost 30 years. Here is a list of the other posts … Continue reading
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