Want to do something? Even something that freaks you out? Find out how freaked the expert was before they were the expert. Continue Reading →

Want to do something? Even something that freaks you out? Find out how freaked the expert was before they were the expert. Continue Reading →

Do you have Happiness Habits? Do any of them keep you happy at math homework time? Here are some ideas to use! Continue Reading →

Every real math problem has a story behind it. Doing textbook problems without this can lead to confusion – or “wrong” answers. Continue Reading →

This week’s Five Minute Friday prompt is Reflect. Do you reflect on your learning? Perhaps you should. Continue Reading →

Singapore Math is popular because it gives us tools to help with thinking. Continue Reading →

Rush Hour Traffic Jam Game by Think Fun has tons of math in it. AND it can be played low tech, high tech or both together! Continue Reading →

AT&T should consider where they’ll need these students before they help to destroy their engagement, problem solving and creativity in math. Continue Reading →

Do you teach intuition in math? Do your students understand what you’re doing or are they confused with your teaching style? Continue Reading →

If your sense of number doesn’t get established, your brain can’t compress math learning. I’m thinking about using this principle to teach college algebra. What do you think? Continue Reading →

When you struggle to remember things, do you reach for google? Or do you strain your brain? Could the strain be helping you build math skills? Continue Reading →