A Puzzling New Year

I’m a big fan of puzzles. Give me a brain teaser, a number pattern, a rubik’s cube or some blocks that don’t quite seem like they’ll fit together and watch as I disappear until I’ve figured it out (this is why my wife no longer gives me puzzles as gifts). …

Stuck In My Own Perspective

In a recent Teach Like A Pirate chat (#TLAP) Dave Burgess and I responded to a question independently and identically, causing me to respond with this. Perspective is everything. I have a really cool niece named Anna who’s 13. She got the chance to fly with her dad (hereafter known as …

The Only Winning Move is Not To Play, unless…

My morning started with an edchat on Twitter.  I’m @MathEdisonHSNJ.  I spent the morning creating an unholy Ed-Pile of motivational quotes with other educators. It was exactly as awesome as it sounds, and my quote reservoir has been refilled substantially. Check it out here. But as I went back to my …