You’ve got to be able to compare apples to apples, so identifying a common assessment, especially when common power standards have been identified, is vital.
When did standards become such a driving force in education?
It’s not about getting through the content- it’s about being intentional with your math instruction!
Guest Post by Jana Hazekamp, Math Educational Consultant & Coach Reading strategies in math class? Absolutely! Many years ago I was considering how I might continue to build my repertoire of strategies for teaching math and helping my students become...
By helping even the youngest students learn to notice and analyze naturally-occurring patterns all around them, we can build a foundation for critical thinking that they will use for the rest of their lives.
Guest Post by Pat Baltzley, MS/HS Math Coach How do you get your students talking to one another? Do your instructional routines provide opportunities for student conversation around the mathematics of your lesson? One of the most critical practices we can implement...
Guest Post by Tiffany Eller, Math Educational Consultant and Coach What is your next unit of study? How do you plan to pique student interest? Can the students connect their learning to their own lives? When designing a successful unit of study should I incorporate a...
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