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How to Improve Mathematical Discourse in Your Classroom

It has been difficult for me to learn how to stimulate vibrant discussions about mathematics among students. I realized very early in my teaching career that in order to get...
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5 Math Activities that Promote Collaborative Learning in the Classroom

Getting students to interact in the classroom is the call, and at the same time, it’s a challenge for our lesson planning! Collaborative math activities in the classroom can...
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Polya’s Problem-Solving Process: Finding Unknowns Elementary & Middle School

In this article, we'll explore how a focus on finding “unknowns” in math will lead to active problem-solving strategies for Kindergarten to Grade 8 classrooms. Through the...
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Math Professional Development– Lucy West & Dr. Matthew Beyranevand

Summer break provides teachers with more time to complete math professional development hours. In this article, we'll explore some professional development ideas for math...
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Math Survey Questions for Teachers – Evaluation Forms for Principals and Coaches

Discover three ways that principals and math coaches can get feedback from mathematics teachers and start dialogue. In this article, we will  be looking at math survey...
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FREE Summer Math Worksheets for Kids in K–6

Discover engaging summer math worksheets that will help K–6 students keep their mathematics skills sharp during break! These Summer Math Packets can be used in summer school...
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37 Math Early Finisher Activities for Elementary Students

One of the challenges we all face in the classroom is finding activities for students who finish early. This is an important topic because we know what happens when kids end...
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FUN Math and Poetry Activities for Students

Are you looking for fun math and poetry activities your K–8 students? You can have students celebrate National Poetry Month in the classroom (or at home) by creating poetry...
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Word Problem Solving Strategies for Students in Grades K–4 [Free Templates]

Math problem solving strategies should begin as early as Kindergarten or Grade One! As nonfiction reading has seen a stronger emphasis in recent years, we can think of word...
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Mean Absolute Deviation & the Concept of Variability in Middle School

Recently, I was working with some of my students on topics they had failed in last year’s state testing. The topic of the day was mean absolute deviation, and while they were...
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Using a Double Tape Diagram to Teach About Ratio and Proportion

I have always liked finding ways to use manipulatives to teach about math. For some students, taking hold of ideas comes from taking hold of physical objects! And what I am...
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[FREE] March Madness Math Worksheets, Grades 1–6

Let students get in on the bracket battle fun with this March Madness math game! Students will use knowledge of place value to compare numbers, and with a bit of luck...
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