Virtual Manipulatives for Math Remote Learning

Do you remember how you learned mathematics? My earliest recollections are a bit fuzzy. One thing I’m sure of is that using blocks and LEGOs […]

Pixel Art Activity Help

Being a TCEA member means that you are never alone. If you have a question, a problem, a technical difficulty, need advice, need a shoulder […]

The Big List of Remote Learning Math Resources

Previously in TechNotes, we took a look a several places educators can find engaging STEM and STEAM resources, as well as social studies resources, designed for remote […]

Mathe-Mastery: How To Teach Math Virtually, The ‘Shanghai’ Way

Léelo en Español. As we learned last week, British school administrators will start implementing textbooks from Real Shanghai Mathematics, in which seems to be the first […]

99 Math: A Gamified Approach to Math Fluency

Games and math fluency practice are nothing new. In fact, when I was younger, I loved the game Number Munchers, which helped me learn my […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits – Part 4

In surfing the amazing world of educational technology recently, I’ve found more treasures to share with you. (If you missed the previous three blogs on […]

The Big List of Remote Learning STEAM Resources

Looking for ways to integrate effective, engaging STEM and STEAM education in remote learning? There are many ways to lead fun and functional lessons at […]

4500 High Quality math Problems

4500 High Quality math Problems: Could you use 4500 high quality math problems in a variety of...

Google Classroom Does Not Spark Joy. Does Any LMS?

Is there a place for joy in education, and education technology today? Remember joy? Khoi Vinh gave a swift, if localized answer to this question. […]

Teaching Math with G Suite EDU

It was only a week ago that a teacher reached out to me about typing mathematical symbols. Lonnie, a math teacher, expressed the challenge: I’ve […]

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response: While Learning from Home Participate in Big Dayta’s Interactive STEM Global Data Collaboration Project

Families around the world are finding themselves at home with their children and are looking for ways to #keeplearning. Almost 1,000 students have participated in […]

Presidents’ Day Resources for Every Classroom

The third Monday in February is celebrated each year across the U.S. in commemoration of the birth of George Washington. Sometimes called Washington’s Birthday, the […]

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