## Teaching Algebraic Thinking With Spreadsheets, Rube Goldberg Style

When I was teaching high school I developed a course called Senior Math Topics. It was a fourth year of math for future non-math majors. We incorporated history of math, classical problems, the math behind music, art, architecture, encryption, voting and machines. In particular, I had students build a Rube …

## Tomorrow’s Classroom Today 2016: Why You Should Have Gone

## Mercury, not Freddie, not Rising, not Sable…but the real Mercury

## It’s Data Season…2 Ways to get web/pdf data into Google Sheets

## My Top 3 Google Sheets Add-ons

## Teaching Math with Google Apps: A 4 in 1 Approach

## Problem Solving: 3 Ways

## Two Worlds Collide

Yesterday I presented two sessions at the High Point GAFE Summit at High Point Regional High School in Wantage, NJ. (resources available here) 22 years ago I graduated from High Point Regional High School in Wantage, NJ. Since graduating, I moved to Illinois, taught math for 13 years, coached cross …

## The Cavatappi Challenge…Why the people at Desmos are simply the best!

I’ve talked about desmos in the past, but they, and specifically their founder Eli Luberoff (@eloberoff) have simply outdone themselves this time. I like to graph food using Desmos, as you can see from my Food Graphs page above. Food makes for the most incredible array of possible mathematical shapes. …