Tag Archives: teaching math

Use Your Experiences in Math – For Math!

Use Your Experiences in Math – For Math!

Don’t be a blind chicken when it comes to crossing the math road. Use your experiences in math!More

Blogging in the Classroom

Blogging in the Classroom

Are you considering having your class do a blog? Here are some tips for before and during that math blogging journey! More

Being Brave

Being Brave

Part of Five Minute Friday – Here are some thoughts on being brave in teaching and learning math.More

Math Words – Start Using Them Early

Math Words – Start Using Them Early

Kids can’t tell the difference between five words and five syllables. So now’s a perfect time to start teaching all words – even “big” math words.More

An Open Letter to Obama & Romney about Math Education

An Open Letter to Obama & Romney about Math Education

We put so much effort in K-12 math education and STEM support. This open letter requests that the next U.S. leader support parent involvement to help parents learn how to to be a positive influence in math!More

The Prime Directive in Education

The Prime Directive in Education

There’s one thing that trumps all other advice – The Prime Directive in Education.More

Problem Solving – Is it Teachable?

Problem Solving – Is it Teachable?

Can we really teach problem solving? And if so, what’s the best way to do it? This is the second in the book study series focusing on What’s Your Math Problem?More

Is Math in the 3 Categories of Learning?

Is Math in the 3 Categories of Learning?

Where do you think math belongs in these three learning categories? More

What's Your Math Problem? Book Study

What's Your Math Problem? Book Study

Join Donna at Math Coach’s Corner for a book study – I’m doing it!More

Graphing with the Lite-Brite

Graphing with the Lite-Brite

Do you have a Lite-Brite? Ready to use it to teach math?More