pic.twitter.com/LEZDYPmf4B — Patrick McHenry (@CHPSK5MathCoach) May 17, 2022 Here is another solution… Ha! I was stumped at first, but I persevered and was able to solve it with tapes! #tapediagramtuesday pic.twitter.com/tp7CqgWs8I — Kevin Davis (@mr_davis_math) May 17, 2022
I am often asked for advice on the best practices for providing math intervention for our struggling students. What curriculum? How long? How often? Which students? While these are great questions – and indeed we must improve the math intervention we provide our students – the best way to address math intervention is to do EVERYTHING […]
pic.twitter.com/nNiwzpSOmp — Patrick McHenry (@CHPSK5MathCoach) May 10, 2022 Excuse my errant 3/4 in the middle.. 😂😂😂 I am proud of this effort, this was my first piece of scratch paper. pic.twitter.com/mQIUSjFXF7 — Mr. D (@MrDanielDick) May 10, 2022 pic.twitter.com/BY3wVphzgO — Veronica Enriquez (@VeronicaEnriq19) May 10, 2022
pic.twitter.com/IaHdr9uppF — Patrick McHenry (@CHPSK5MathCoach) May 3, 2022 Three different ways I saw the problem and the way I checked the answer. pic.twitter.com/02SjxdpoGP — Veronica Enriquez (@VeronicaEnriq19) May 3, 2022 .
My claim: people who teach math should also do #RecreationalMath as a regular part of their lifestyle. Just like English teachers read/write recreationally or music teachers play their instrument on their own time at home…math teachers should engage in doing math on their own. — duane habecker (@dhabecker) April 8, 2022 Many years ago I […]
For many educators, word problems surface longstanding fears of mathematics and memories of traumatic childhood experiences in math class. As a result, we often see posters on classroom walls attempting to distill strategies for solving word problems into a collection of key words. Perhaps you have seen the thousands of key word posters on the […]