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Stop and Be Silly

February 26, 2017 in In the Classroom - No Comments

I teach years 7, 8 and 9 mathematics. Math sucks, everyone knows that. It’s hard, it’s confusing, it’s boring, and everyone hates it. At least, that’s what students often think. Sometimes it takes a silly teacher to turn that around.

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