If we want to be able to show growth in what we’re doing, we can’t just keep doing it the way we’ve always been doing it.
Here’s part 2 of our mini binder project - the fun parts: manipulatives and games! This resource was definitely a labor of love, but we realized that if we were writing a curriculum that we want teachers to really use, we felt like we needed to set them up for the...
So many resources stored in so many different places, so little time! One of the biggest universal frustrations of teachers seems to be finding the things they need.
How do we know if our curriculum is working??
When you think of “curriculum,” what comes to mind?
Whether you call it a rekenrek, an abacus or something completely different, we hope this post will help you better understand this versatile math manipulative!
Today’s educational landscape seems to value “fast facts” and timed tests, but how effective are these practices?
Most of us have an anxiety about fractions, even in our everyday life…