Can math play be a part of trauma-informed care?
Need more information on trauma-informed teaching? Check out Alex Shevrin Venet’s resource round up blog. They were wooden blocks, and they were smooth. My fingers slid over the edges, so precise, and met at the corner of the cube. The teacher was talking, that I was aware, but my attention was on the soothing beauty…
Central Tendency Puzzles — Reflection
On Twitter, Mark Chubb posted some amazing central tendency puzzles, and asked people to try them out. I was intrigued, so I did. You can see the post here. I just want to go through some of the student thought process, and reasons for making decisions I did while students worked through the puzzles. This…