The Weekly Edtech Smackdown: Vol. XII

Welcome to the weekly (not so weekly) edition of The Edtech Smackdown—a collection of digital resources containing a few of my most favorite activities, tools […]

Viva las Matematicas Appy Hour CAMT19 Presentation

Viva las Matematicas Appy Hour – CAMT19 from Kim Caise Click here to open this binder in a new window. Your browser does not support […]

How Math Class Can Prepare Students for the Jobs of the Future

  By Brittany Goerig While students need to be able to recall basic math facts, lessons can’t stop there. Educators should persist in teaching the […]

Summer Learning with Games and Math

“Here, why don’t we find you something fun?” Jessica passed the iPad to her child. Walk into any home, you’ll find children hovering over their […]

Guided Reading for Math?

Why not build math comprehension of complex problems with guided reading groups? How can we do this?

RPP #175: ALEKS Insights - Interview with Lori Anderson

Interview with Lori Anderson, VP of Technical Product Management at McGraw Hill. We discuss ALEKS (Assessment and LEarning in Knowledge Spaces) a web-based, AI assessment, […]

Nevermind the physics: it’s all about collaboration

Battle Physics hosts first multi-school tournament That is just what Allan Garvin and Becky Bushey did to raise the stakes of their annual Battle Physics […]

Why So Many Students Hate Math (And How To Fix It)

Math has a wide-spread reputation for being the subject students hate. It’s not uncommon to hear “I hate math class” or “math is too hard” […]

Virtual Reality in the Math Class: Moving from Abstract to Concrete

I have been thinking about Virtual Reality (VR) and how it could support math class. I think that we can help our students develop deeper […]

FLVS Math Club Celebrates Pi Day

Our love for “Pi” at FLVS was evident when 92 students came together to celebrate this simple two-letter word on March 14, 2019. “Pi” is the […]

Grab a Piece of the Pi Using Cool Classroom Resources

Hey, math gurus! It’s that time of year again when teachers, students and mathematicians from all over the world honor the fun-loving irrational Greek figure pi (π). That’s right! […]

One-Fourth of K-12 Math Instruction Occurs Digitally, Survey Suggests

Print is still popular, and math teachers still want time for direct instruction and group work, according to market-intelligence firm Simba Information.

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