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 to count is something I did at home, not school. The way I learned math in school involved endless worksheets. I remember graying out columns of blocks in two dimensions (on paper) with my pencil. As you might imagine, math was not my strong subject. I suspect it comes down to the fact that I seldom, if ever, had the opportunity to learn with manipulatives.

In this blog entry, we’ll explore the research behind manipulatives and see some online virtual manipulatives that can be used in hybrid learning situations.

Why Teach with Virtual Manipulatives?

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