Edgar’s Thinking About Even and Odd Numbers While Subitizing Dots

Howdy howdy! After a brief hiatus, I wanted to start back up a discussion about the amazingness of children’s thinking.  Tonight’s post is about subitizing, even and odd numbers, and division. I know that’s a lot in just one post, so I promise to connect them across! In a post on 27 February, I tweeted …

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When an Equity-Minded Mathematics Teacher Educator Took the Wonderlic Test…

For those who don't know: I am a part of a fantasy football team, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (We'll talk more about how there are now three women in the league but the name hasn't changed so that might be a later post). My dear friend Suzie won two years ago and my husband …

“Commas for decimals?” The Right to write, do, and represent math

Congrats! You’ve made it to the fourth and final right of the learner! Hooray! Hopefully with the other three RotL (Confused, Mistake, SpeakListenBeHeard), you’ve thought about how being confused, claiming a mistake (and revising your thinking), and knowing that you can speak, listen, and be heard are all RIGHTS that we need to promote in …

First submission

Howdy everyone! This is my first post for the blog Embracing Life with Major Revisions. For those who aren't in academia, professors at all ranks don't just teach. Quite the contrary. They teach, but they also have to do the following given varying levels of time and effort: Serve on committees Create committees for others …