- What did your favorite math/science/engineering/derivation class teacher or professor do to keep you interested or at least not lost?
- What are they teaching in high school teacher training these days that I could use in my class? I'm thinking some of the cool tools that high school math teachers use, I could use.
- I've tried making digital notes that I can scroll through during class, then fill in the holes with example problems on the white board. Any better ideas for presenting this material? Anyone else hate white boards with a passion? Come to think of it, my white board is behind my projector screen, so this option won't even work in this classroom! Maybe I can get a chalkboard mounted on a side wall.
- Lastly, I'm having a hard time organizing my materials for this course physically. So I have a 5 inch binder of last year's notes, exams, homeworks, keys. I have three textbooks that I use, an old notebook, a new notebook both filled with sample problems. I usually organize digitally, but I'm not about to scan in a notebook's worth of sample problems. Any organizational tips? Is the 3-ring binder the way to go with those nice post-it tabs?
A little flavor of my current digital notes: