Book Review: “Drive” by Daniel Pink

Recently, I finished Daniel Pink’s (@DanielPink) book Drive (http://www.danpink.com/books/drive/). This book is an excellent collection of motivation strategies meant to be used in the corporate setting, classroom, or places where people need a little extra “drive!”  It was easy to read and offered practical advice that I found applicable for the classroom. One part that particularly intrigued […]

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Desmos for Discovery

I’d like to begin my blogging adventure by writing about Desmos.  Desmos is a wonderfully dynamic website where one can explore graphs of various functions.  It makes “compare and contrast” activities engaging because students have the ability to manipulate different functions in real time, and understand how they relate to one another. Recently, I had students […]

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