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Made 4 Math Monday: Boring Info Sheet OUT, Fun Brochure IN

on August 13, 2012

First.  Post.  Ever.

Well at least for my teacher blog.  HoppeNinjaMath.com is actually for my students.  I swear, they chose the website name!

I don’t have a lot of time to write, because I spend so much time reading all the other math teacher blogs.  Luckily it has become a lot easier lately, thanks to Dan Meyer.  I just took a 4-day course at Stanford that he taught, and one of the many things I learned about was Google Reader.  Yay!

Thank you Sarah at Awilda’s Daughter for the brochure idea.  I used Microsoft Publisher to make mine.

Thank you Sarah at Everybody is a Genius for the idea of using the standards in Wordle.  I spent hours playing around with the California State Algebra Standards in that program.

Thank you MissCalcul8 and @mathtastrophe for the Star Wars rubric idea.

 

BROCHURE INSIDE:

BROCHURE OUTSIDE:

 

 


13 Responses to “Made 4 Math Monday: Boring Info Sheet OUT, Fun Brochure IN”

  1. druinok says:

    Welcome to blogging! Your brochure looks great! So glad to have you join us for #made4math 🙂

  2. Oh. My. God. I love this! It’s beautiful. I’m so glad people find my super awesome geeky idea of jedi levels to be of use haha. I just can’t stop looking at it!!

  3. Thanks for this! Between your post and Sarah’s, I’ve decided to do one as well. I don’t have publisher on my computer, but I’m going to do my best with word.

  4. pam says:

    definitely great layout! LOL i really like the brochure idea – and will be using your idea – welcome to blogging – i have learned so much from others’ blogs this past year and look forward to reading more from you!

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  8. ewade4 says:

    Thanks for this post! I pinned it last year and today used your idea to create my own Alg I brochure. I linked you up in my my post. Again, thanks for the inspiration!

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