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??
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!