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Math Workshop: The Power of Learning Stations
byJanuary 30th, 2018
“We need to ensure that every single minute is being used with kids engaged in mathematics.” How can learning stations transform math instruction? Author Jennifer Lempp shares the power of math workshop learning stations in the math class in this video from her book, Math Workshop: Five Steps to Implementing Guided Math, Learning Stations, Reflection,…
Video Post: Bridging the Gap Between Fractions and Decimal Notation
byMarch 09th, 2016
Decimal notation is formatted based on the power of tens, which actually makes transitioning from decimals to fractions somewhat simple.
Video Post: Can I Use Games in My Math Class?
byFebruary 10th, 2016
Engaging students while teaching math can be a challenge, which is why many teachers consider incorporating games in their lesson plans.
Video Post: Get Students Talking
byDecember 01st, 2015
Math talk is the practice of using conversation and questions to help your students learn to reason mathematically.
Video Post: Math Solutions Coaching for Empowered Instruction
byNovember 20th, 2015
Working with a coach can give you individualized insight into your strengths and empower you to learn even more.
Video Post: Establishing Accountability During Math Talk
byAugust 22nd, 2015
Math talk is the practice of discussing reasoning in class, and it helps students learn to think critically about the subject.
Video Post: Empower Learning for the Back-to-school Season
byAugust 10th, 2015
At Math Solutions, we believe that elevating your instruction, engaging students and empowering learning are all important goals, and we can help you accomplish them!
Video Post: Standardized Assessments Aren’t as Scary as They Seem
byAugust 04th, 2015
Hello, Math Solutions here, ready to talk about an important topic: exams. The standardized testing season can be a stressful time for both teachers and students, so it’s important to maintain a clear perspective and use strategies to prepare. Teachers, here are some things to remember: First of all, stay focused on your…
Video Post: The Future of Teaching Math
byMay 28th, 2015
The days of dusting off the chalkboard or firing up the projector are nearly extinct when it comes to teaching math.