I don't normally like to beg, but this book really interests me.
I've been using the Khan Academy in my math classes for about 2 1/2 years. I've seen it grow and change over that time, and it keeps getting better. I would like to use it more, but trying to figure out how to incorporate it, isn't always as easy. (I have a Khan Academy setup page on our new School Staff page. Click here.)
Most teachers have limited time with their students. We are always wanting more time, especially in math. We can't always depend on students doing homework at home, so I've relied more and more on class time to help my students get their needed practice with a new concept. The Khan Academy has been great for reviewing those basic concepts, the ones I don't have time for in class because I need them to practice the new concepts, but I feel like I could incorporate it even more.
The Khan Academy even has several RTI (Response To Intervention) possibilities for our school. I am going to be the RTI coach at the High School We are going to use AIMS web, but the Khan Academy provides a secondary point of data gathering in order to find those students who are most at risk in a certain topic of math.
Anyway, I don't like to beg, but we are a poor school district (partly because the State of Illinois doesn't make it's payments to our school), and I am a poor school teacher who can't justify a book purchase of more than $0.99 right now. So, even though I don't normally beg, I just thought there might be someone out there with a heart for Teachers, a heart for Education, or a heart for Georgetown, IL (or maybe even a heart for the Matt Harmlesses of the world) that might feel motivated to buy me a book!
No pressure. I am mostly kidding. But if someone bought me this book, I am not saying that wouldn't be awesome!
Only a few hours left on April 1st. Wish I had seen this earlier, I would have been posting it everywhere!
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