Tag Archives: math and technology

Cool Tool | Beijing Math

Is the Chinese approach to math the secret to better understanding and test scores for U.S. students? It’s no secret that Chinese students routinely outperform students in other countries on standardized tests. But what’s the difference? Is it curriculum? Parental involvement? … Continue reading

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Wowzers, This is Cool!

A veteran educator works hard to get the reaction to learning she was looking for all along.  A teacher for 40 years, Reed Howard worked hard to reach her students through engaging and interesting lessons all throughout those decades. Nonetheless, she … Continue reading

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Fluent in Math

How technology can help develop academic language for Common Core math success GUEST COLUMN | by Barbara Freeman In 2008, the creator of the evidence-based HELP Math program, Dr. Barbara Freeman (that’s me), and the chief researcher, Dr. Lindy Crawford, … Continue reading

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Interview | Arjan Khalsa Conceptualizes Math Fluency

Conceptua Math was conceived three years ago with a mission to complete a K-8 curriculum that is visually interactive and that serves students and their teachers. by Judy Faust Hartnett A whole new generation of digital math products is focused … Continue reading

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System Upgrade

What math can do for you GUEST COLUMN | by Nigel Nisbet “Why do we have to learn Algebra?” was the question a student asked me one day in the middle of class. I hadn’t been teaching very long so I … Continue reading

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