#read2017: My year in books

I love to read but don't always make enough time. In 2016, I redressed this by planning to read 50 books. I blogged about the books (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). I took on the same challenge in 2017 buoyed on by my 2016 success (53 books), and managed to read 62 books. This year, blogging about the books... Continue Reading →

#read2016: Part 3

As I've mentioned, I love books. Real books, with paper and ink. None of those fancy ebooks. I spend enough time each day staring into screens. Plus, I like to read in the bath and the idea of accidentally dropping a $1000 device doesn't appeal. (I've only ever once dropped a book in the bath. It... Continue Reading →

Tracy Zager’s new book

Tracy Zager's new book 'Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had' is out, and it's a treat. The central tenet of this important book is to 'close the gap' by making maths class more like mathematics, orienting our students towards the habits of mind of professional mathematicians. 'Good teaching starts with us' and Tracy companionably... Continue Reading →

#read2016: Part 2

As I've mentioned, I love books. Real books, with paper and ink. None of those fancy ebooks. I spend enough time each day staring into screens. Plus, I like to read in the bath and the idea of accidentally dropping a $1000 device doesn't appeal. (I've only ever once dropped a book in the bath. It... Continue Reading →

#read2016: Part 1

As I've mentioned, I love books. Real books, with paper and ink. None of those fancy ebooks. I spend enough time each day staring into screens. Plus, I like to read in the bath and the idea of accidentally dropping a $1000 device doesn't appeal. (I've only ever once dropped a book in the bath. It... Continue Reading →

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