Christopher Coyne
National Education Consultant

Chris is a veteran educator with more than 20 years of exemplary service. He has taught at the elementary and middle school levels at suburban as well as urban schools. Chris also has experience in school building leadership, having served as principal at the elementary level. Chris has worked with teachers in the country of Brunei as they implemented Singapore Math® and has visited schools, classrooms, and teachers in Singapore.

Chris is a veteran educator with more than 20 years of exemplary service. He has taught at the elementary and middle school levels at suburban as well as urban schools. Chris also has experience in school building leadership, having served as principal at the elementary level. Chris has worked with teachers in the country of Brunei as they implemented Singapore Math® and has visited schools, classrooms, and teachers in Singapore.

BLOG POSTS
Using Engaging and Systematic Tasks to Build Mastery in Math
A teacher explains why not only engaging but also systematic tasks can help students generalize their learning in order to demonstrate mastery.
Susan Resnick
Math in Focus U.S. Consultant and Writer
Christopher Coyne
National Education Consultant
March 11, 2019
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