Teacher and coach

The squandering of enthusiasm

When I was 5 years old, I decided I wanted to take swimming lessons. I had been to the swimming pool many times with my family, and while I played around in the shallow end I had seen the older kids and adults actually swimming in the deeper water. I thought it was some kind of magic to be able to float and move around in water that was over your head without drowning, and I wanted to learn this mysterious and magical power.

Why math is social

What do principals expect to see when they visit your classroom?

What does good teaching look like?

My new book, “Flip Your Classroom, Then Flip It Again”

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