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byJanuary 05th, 2016
Math concepts can often be challenging for students to grasp, which is why at Math Solutions, we provide tips for making your lessons go a little easier. Connecting content to real-life situations is often a huge help for struggling students. Doing so lets kids draw connections between the math they learn in the classroom and…
byAugust 22nd, 2015
Math talk is the practice of discussing reasoning in class, and it helps students learn to think critically about the subject.
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!
byAugust 07th, 2015
The beginning of the school year is just around the corner. At Math Solutions, we have a variety of resources to help you elevate instruction, engage students and empower learning in your classroom!
byAugust 02nd, 2015
Written by Mary Mitchell, Content Development Manager, Math Solutions When I was still in the classroom I was constantly trying different assessment methods to get to know my students as learners. I would take time to discuss the methods with other teachers and ask about what they were trying, but these encounters were random and…
Feature Article: From Math Solutions “Faster Isn’t Smarter: Messages About Math, Teaching, and Learning in the 21st Century, 2nd Edition”, by Cathy L. Seeley (2015). Message 45
byJune 04th, 2015
Message 45 by Cathy L. Seeley from "Faster Isn’t Smarter: Messages About Math, Teaching, and Learning in the 21st Century, 2nd Edition", (2015)
byJune 04th, 2015
K–2 Lesson: How many fingers?
from About Teaching Mathematics: A K–8 Resource, Fourth Edition, Marilyn Burns
3–5 Lesson: Using the Rods to show how ½, 2/4, and, 4/8
From Beyond Pizzas & Pies: 10 Essential Strategies for Supporting Fraction Sense, Grades 3–5, Second Edition, Julie McNamara and Meghan M. Shaughnessy
3–6 Lesson: Placing ½ on the number line
From Beyond Invert and Multiply: Making Sense of Fraction Computation, Grades 3–6, Julie McNamara