Math Teaching Tips
Teaching math in a meaningful way can be difficult. “I’ve told my students this a million times, and they still don’t remember.” Have you ever said those words? In this free PD math session, we will dig into how students learn. Walk away with tips for teaching meaningful math lessons.
These activities encourage cooperative learning while social distancing! Read about how middle school and high school students can complete these coloring challenges in class. These are standards-based and so much more engaging than a worksheet!
We know real world application and context is an important part of math class, but do your students see word problems as a challenge or as a tool? The truth is they can be both! In this blog post, we take a look at examples of expressions
This math teacher blog post explains why real world application is needed to help students make sense of math. When students have context for simplifying expressions and solving equations, they can see the meaning behind the rules and steps.
There are so many mistakes that can you avoid in teaching that I've already done for you. Don't do any of these 5 mistakes, instead learn from them. How to assign homework, student engagement, decorating the classroom, focusing on activities, and over teaching. Mistake #3 Forgetting to Communicate is one you will want to read again. Download the parent communication tool today!
Rules, procedures, and expectations must always be taught on the 1st day of school - but you should be doing other things on that first day, too! Read this list of 10 things every teacher must do on the 1st day of school to make that day more engaging and calming for your students.