For a long time, people have asked me to tell my story of how I came from the classroom to where I am today.
The importance of multiplication patterns is a topic that we’ve covered before at SIS4Teachers, but is no less important now than it was then.
This summer was a blur! We worked tirelessly on our new curriculum, and now it’s time to check in and see how it’s going!
Here’s part 2 of our mini binder project – the fun parts: manipulatives and games!
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.
We mapped out our quarterly promises, looked at data within the district, and identified power standards. But how would we know if it was working??
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!