So, we held our little costume contest. There were 31 entries(!) and all 2012 participants are pictured below. Based on discussion at the #globalmath costume party, I learned we’ve been doing this since 2009. History: 2011, 2010, 2009
Julie receives a hanging organizer from the Container Store. These babies were all the rage at Twitter Math Camp this summer. I love mine because I hang it near the door and fill it with handouts. “Did I miss anything?” is a question I refuse to answer. I just point at the organizer.
Justin and Timon will have to fight it out over graph paper composition books and Command Strip adhesive poster strips.
Several math teachers swear by the graph paper comp books for their Interactive Notebooks, saying it helps kids organize their problem solving (not to mention, it provides a handy Cartesian plane all the time).
The poster hangers are about the only method I know to hang posters in a room with cinderblock construction. Colleagues of mine swear by the glue gun but regret it in May when taking things down. These suckers work.
|@k8nowak as @mr_stadel|
|@marybourassa as @approx_normal|
|@dandersod as @Mythagon|
|@algebrainiac1 as @wahedahbug|
|@absvalteaching as @approx_normal|
|@mr_stadel as @mr_vaudrey|
|@maxmathforum as @MrHonner|
|@calcdave as @bowmanimal|
|@cheesemonkeysf as @mpershan|
|@mgolding as @mrpicc112|
|@druinok as @samjshah|
|@jacehan as @park_star|
|@hfxmark as @ddmeyer|
|@fourkatie as @cheesemonkeysf|
|@samjshah as @druinok|
|@fouss as @druinok|
|@lmhenry9 as @mathbratt|
|@rdkpickle as @j_lanier|
|@pamjwilson as @mgolding|
|@mathbratt as @mathtastrophe|
|@chris_harrow as @roughlynormal|
|@btwnthenumbers as @woutgeo|
|@park_star as @crstn85|
|@zidaya as @MrHonner|