Monthly Archives: October 2010

Dr. Arthur Benjamin

What an incredible start to a fantastic conference.  Friday’s keynote speaker, Dr. Arthur Benjamin is correctly identified by Reader’s Digest as “America’s Best Math Whiz” in my opinion.  He truly is a human calculator.  If I hadn’t experienced this session, … Continue reading

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MCATA 2010

Arrived safely in Calgary last night, for the 2010 MCATA conference being held at The Coast Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre.  This year’s Conference is titled “The Joy is in the Journey”! I am looking forward to attending many informative sessions and … Continue reading

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Grade Five 2010

Reflecting back on this past summer, I realized how much of a math “geek” my friends actually think I am.  Sitting at our campsite, with colleagues and friends, I was presented with a birthday t-shirt with the slogan “Count with … Continue reading

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Welcome Aboard!

Welcome to Musings of A Math Teacher!  I hope you enjoy this collection of activities, tips, and tidbits of information for teachers of elementary mathematics. Let the mathematical musing begin!

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