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.
Many students are so inundated with homework assignments, practice problems, and workbooks that they lack time to play games. However, this gameplay is just as important to student progress as these assignments are. Yes, the academic content in these assignments is important, but games can be used to teach broader thinking skills such as the […]
The nine times table can be difficult for some students to remember. If your students have a hard time with multiplying by nine and could use more practice, Matific has a fun worksheet they can use to practice! If you don’t have a computer in class, Come Together Kids has a great trick to practice […]
Graphs are a huge part of math, and can be used to cover many different topics and concepts. Check out Matific’s ‘Graph and Release.’ Kids use graphs to gather all sorts of statistics on the fish in the tank. If you don’t have a computer in class, check out this great idea from Math Coach’s […]
Walter S. Mallory: Isn’t it a shame that with the tremendous amount of work you have done you haven’t been able to get any results? Thomas Edison: Results! Why, man, I have gotten a lot of results! I know several thousand things that won’t work. For many students, the word failure is the stuff of […]
I’ve had the same song stuck in my head for twenty years. It plays through my mind every time I take a road trip, get in a car with my parents or attempt basic multiplication. The melody’s nothing special – simple and repetitive – and I couldn’t tell you who wrote or even sang it. […]