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Shift From the Traditional Classroom to a Math Workshop Structure
This framework can provide the rigor and relevance necessary for skills that students will need in the future.
Erika Gilbert
Math AIS Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School
Cynthia Ciesla
5th and 6th Grade AIS Reading and Math Teacher, Gillette Road Middle School
January 07, 2019
Getting Into Math: Organize Instruction to Achieve Rigor
If students understand mathematics conceptually, they will be more likely to apply procedures flexibly and precisely.
Juli K. Dixon, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics Education; Elementary, Middle, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Mathematics Education
November 25, 2018
Why Visualization Is So Important in Your Math Classroom
Bar modeling can help students “see” a problem by representing known and unknown quantities and their relationships.
Christopher Coyne
National Education Consultant
Britt Robinson
Senior Professional Learning Consultant, Math in Focus
November 07, 2018
Why Teaching K-12 Mathematics Matters in Our Democratic Society
Math skills are used to characterize societal problems and formulate solutions, and are essential for meaningful participation in our democratic institutions.
Matthew R. Larson, Ph.D.
Past-President, NCTM; K–12 Mathematics Curriculum Specialist
September 26, 2018
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