Movies are a great way of mixing up the routine of class. But while history, science and geography teachers have a wealth of options to choose from, entertaining math-themed video clips seem to be thin on the ground. Here’s a handful of animated math movies that your elementary students will find engaging and educational. Donald […]
Join curriculum Specialist, Lauren McCrone, for her webinar that takes you through the research behind guided math, how to build your small groups, and implement engaging activities during your math period. We will go over techniques to run a productive group session along with keeping the rest of your class in a structured rotation.
Although it is rarely evident in any clear or obvious sort of way, the manner in which we speak to our children has a profound and powerful impact on their sense of self-perception. In fact, the specific words and phrases we use while addressing our kids affects the way our messages are received to such […]
Understanding student privacy laws is a daunting prospect. In this webinar, privacy expert Linnette Attai (PlayWell) explores California privacy laws, some of the strictest in the country. This webinar will help you to ensure you are compliant with student privacy, no matter what state you are in.
Veteran teacher Eisha Buch explores the ways that you can implement Matific into your classroom. She shares her experiences as a teacher and tips from some of our most avid teacher users. This webinar will provides a great opportunity to learn about all of the different ways you can use Matific to add some fun to your math lessons while providing your students with […]
If Michelle and her three children add up their ages it is exactly half the combined ages of their neighbours Norm and Betty. How old might everyone be?
Please join veteran teachers and math curriculum experts Kari Till & Lauren McCrone as they discuss how to incorporate virtual manipulatives into your daily teaching. They share current research on how students respond to these manipulatives and incorporate examples from computer-based learning.
What is the smallest number of cuts you can make to split one meter of wood into 12 identical pieces? That’s right. We are getting all metric on you!