I've been wanting one of these since I was in at least the fourth grade. A couple of weeks ago, I was at my parents' house, and I saw this sitting in a box of stuff to donate. My parents were in the process of cleaning out one of their rental properties that had been abandoned, and my mom had boxed up some teacher stuff to donate. I made it pretty clear that this was not to be donated. This was mine!

I finally got a chance to use it last week with my Algebra 2 tests. And, the entire process of selecting the number of problems and finding the students' grade just makes me giddy! I'm not sure the novelty of this handy gadget will ever wear off...

Can you tell that I love what I do?

I love your blog! I just came across it this afternoon on pinterest. I recently figured out that I also want to be a high school math teacher and your blog has inspired me even more! The world needs more teachers like you who actually care about their students instead of just their pay check. Thank you for sharing your experiences and ways of teaching! Love it :)

ReplyDeleteThanks! I was actually inspired to become a math teacher by a math teacher blog I happened upon in high school.

DeleteAmazon has the EZ grader for android cellphones. It allows for every number of questions. Especially those beyond100. Best $1.99 ever spent. Check it out. Unfortunately it's not compatible with iPhone.

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