If you thought Desmos was just for middle/high school students (like me!), you would be wrong! I recently developed a whole new appreciation and excitement for using this amazing tool in elementary school!
The focus of this station in the Math Workshop is higher-order thinking and concrete application of math skills. This will be developed differently in each grade level.
If you’re using Eureka Math/Engage New York and you teach Kindergarten (or 1st or 2nd Grade), this post is for you!
Teachers of mathematics for centuries have helped students understand mathematics using “manipulatives”– visual objects that help illustrate mathematical relationships and applications.
Backed by years of research and driven by a belief that every student can achieve at the highest level in mathematics, Stanford University brings you YouCubed.
Simply put, Inside Mathematics is a professional resource for educators passionate about improving students’ mathematics learning and performance, but the collection of resources they have made available to teachers (at no cost) is far from simple!
You can’t take your students with you on vacation as you travel the world, but you can take them on virtual trips as you explore different cultures together.