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Sometimes Visual Is Not Enough

Sometimes Visual Is Not Enough

As much as I’m an advocate for visualization because “Math IS Visual”, it can be easy for us to move too quickly from concrete to the iconic stage.

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2018 Winter Holiday Math Moments Giveaway!

2018 Winter Holiday Math Moments Giveaway!

It's time for the WINTER HOLIDAY MATH MOMENTS GIVEAWAY! This holiday season, Jon Orr and I want to give back to dedicated math educators like YOU! We've been so impressed with the dedication math teachers across the world have been showing to take their...

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The 3 Act Math Beginner’s Guide

The 3 Act Math Beginner’s Guide

Wondering how to use 3 act math tasks in your classroom? Let’s dive into Dan Meyer’s math class structure for building an effective problem solving experience for all learners!

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Get Students On Task And Engaged With Whiteboards

Get Students On Task And Engaged With Whiteboards

Research Says That Using Vertical Non-Permanent Surfaces (VNPS) Keep Kids On Task Longer If you are a long time reader of my blog, you’ve probably noticed many in-class pictures involve students writing on desks with erasable markers. Other times, you’ll...

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