When you think of “curriculum,” what comes to mind? For most of us, our first thought is of that book that we use to teach that particular subject.
Manipulatives are such an important part of helping students develop number sense, but let’s get the lingo straight!
Today’s educational landscape seems to value “fast facts” and timed tests, but how effective are these practices? Consider these two scenarios:
Finishing out our subtraction Math Mights characters, today we introduce…D.C. and T-Pops! They aren’t new faces in Mathville, but today you’ll see how these Math Mights function in Subtraction World!
It is my pleasure to introduce my favorite Math Mights characters to you today – Minni and Subbi!
Introducing…Math Mights Subtraction Strategies!
Our past few blog posts have highlighted the direction we are taking with some of our schools this spring to really develop the coherence and connectedness of the Common Core standards in the math classroom.
Across the country, each state uses its own specialized 21st century math assessment.
As we’re approaching spring, many states (including Michigan!) are anticipating the arrival of state tests, possibly with much fear and trepidation.
When did standards become such a driving force in education?