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Heather Lye
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An enthusiastic, proud math and science teacher
An enthusiastic, proud math and science teacher

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MHF Cycle 2 Reflection
I have previously posted a reflection of our first cycle here . Here i s the plan that we used for our first cycle. (Most of the activity credits go to Jamie  Mitchell  and Steph  Girvan  in the Halton Disctrict School Board - Thank you for sharing your res...

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MHF Cycle 1 Reflection
As mentioned in a post early first semester we made an attempt to spiral the MHF4U0 curriculum at our school. I will try to create some more posts to share more details, so for now this post will just focus on the first cycle we used. If you missed the plan...

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Planning a Spiraled Course
This year I am embarking on a new journey - I am working at a different school and have more math in my schedule than I have had since my first year of teaching. As a part of that journey our MHF 4U (Advanced Functions) course team is taking a crack at "spi...

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Finished with the Status Quo
I am currently making my way through Starr Sackstein's Hacking Assessment: 10 Ways to Go Gradeless in a Traditional Grades School . I will likely do a blog when I am finished and will include my takeaways in more detail but one of her lines has inspired me ...

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SE2R Comments in Grade 9 Science
I have been distracted from blogging but am trying to catch up and am back to trying to deprivatize my practice more. And so, I am resolved to blog about my assessment practices (including failures and questions) and hope that I can spark conversation, coll...

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LGs vs SC vs Task Requirements
Discussing assessment in the education world often leads to more questions than answers and creates a lot of discourse. I have learned that the questions and disagreements are a necessary part of change and that we need to acknowledge and tackle them, not s...

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Math Learning Map Journey
I have been distracted from blogging but am trying to catch up and am back to trying to deprivatize my practice more. And so, I am resolved to blog about my assessment practices (including failures and questions) and hope that I can spark conversation, coll...

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Triangulating Evidence
I have been distracted from blogging but am trying to catch up and am back to trying to deprivatize my practice more. And so, I am resolved to blog about my assessment practices (including failures and questions) and hope that I can spark conversation, coll...

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Learning Goals & Reflection on Quizzes in 1P Science
I have been distracting from blogging but am trying to catch up and am back to trying to deprivatize my practice more. And so, I am resolved to blog about my assessment practices (including failures and questions) and hope that I can spark conversation, col...

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We Need to Stop Testing and Start Thinking
I heard something that was music-to-my-ears today. Apparently there was a presentation to senior leadership in my board a few weeks ago that included a prof from UTM and one from UGuelph (both from math departments) that passed on this message (I am paraphr...
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