At the beginning of kindergarten, we want students to think of the process of subtraction as “taking something away” or “minus.”
Our math game tutorial library is growing! This week – more multiplication games!
Up this week – Multiplication Bump!
Math games sound like a GREAT idea, don’t they! They can take math workshop to a whole new level and provide a second or third layer of reinforcement for students – no more busy work!
Division seems to be a hot topic right now as we’re working with our schools.
As I’ve honed my craft of professional development, the strategic lens that I used in special education has continued to be my guide.
For a long time, people have asked me to tell my story of how I came from the classroom to where I am today.
This is the heart of the mini binder: Lessons and Assessments.
Here’s part 2 of our mini binder project – the fun parts: manipulatives and games!
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??