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Mimi Yang  
Blog by a high school algebra, precalculus, and calculus teacher in Seattle, by way of teaching positions in New York City, El Salvador, and Germany. Posts, which date back to March, 2009, have included "Math Projects," "The magic of teaching; El Trifinio," "KenKen and Other Goodness," "Vectors and Wait Time," "Slopey Linear Goodness," "How I do Assessments," "Where They Falter," "Why Tessellations are Geometrically Educational," "On Grouping by Levels," "How the Allies Used Math Against German Tanks," "Salvadoran Customs and Math," "On OpenEnded NonQuestions," "What We're Doing with Proofs," "3D Object Project," "My SoCalled Remedial Class," "Fostering Creativity," PopUp Math Book Project," "Making 'Effort' Transparent," "100% Accountability," "Exponential Growth and Sustainability," "One Resource a (Week)Day #3: Math and Simple Machines," "Easing Students' Transition to Constructivist Learning," and "GeoGebra... times 3!"GeoGebra... times 3!  


Levels:  High School (912) 
Languages:  English 
Resource Types:  Lesson Plans and Activities, WebBased Discussions 
Math Topics:  Algebra, Calculus (Single Variable), Euclidean Plane Geometry, Transformational Geometry, PreCalculus 
Math Ed Topics:  Assessment/Testing, MaterialsReviews/Recommendations, Specific Math Concepts/Techniques 
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