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  • Hello from Australia

    Posted by Shireen Vanbuskirk on December 26, 2021 at 5:01 pm

    I teach year 7-10. Although I have taught math in the past, I currently have science, STEM, and enterprise skills as my workload. However, math support and math tutoring are important parts of my professional life – without curriculum constraints we can focus on math conversations, problems of interest, topics of concern, games and activities.

    My goals would be find good remedial, practical, practicing activities that identify and address gaps in learning. Especially after a year or 2 of online classes, gaps have flourished! I have already gleaned some nuggets of valuable resources. One question – what is the best way to organise great online resources?

    Kyle Pearce replied 11 months, 1 week ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • Kyle Pearce

    Administrator
    December 27, 2021 at 8:03 am

    Welcome to the Academy. Happy to learn along side you!

    As for organizing resources, I think one must reflect on the type of person you are. I’m a spreadsheet type person as it is easy to move things around, sort, and all kinds of other geeky things. Do you typically write in a physical planner? Digital? What’s your style and then from there coming up with an organizational structure might be easier.