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.
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’m sure you have all heard a child say it before, the all-encompassing “I HATE MATH”. And now that Common Core has stepped into play, I know many teachers and parents are saying it too. According to studentsfirst.org, compared to other countries, the Untied States fail in math and science. The US placed 27th out […]
Counting whole numbers is one of the first fundamentals of mathematics that children learn. Help them to understand how to count objects up to 8 with our great game, At A Snail’s Pace. If you don’t have a computer in class, you can make this fantastic octopus from Crayon Freckles. You are just a file […]
Recently, there has been a lot of pushback from parents and students alike about the use of models in the math classroom. I believe that much of this stems from a misconception that a model must be in the form of a picture or diagram. There are times when a model is in the form […]
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 […]