How do you create assessments which still involve learning? Take a look at what happens when math meets art!
Educator Barnes has a fantastic conversation with fashion designer Danisha Brown. Danisha will inspire your students to tackle their dreams!
Literacy bridges every focus area of education together. It is woven into every aspect of learning and sets the foundation for the rest of a student’s educational journey and beyond.
Jeff Harker continues his blog about building student confidence. There is research explaining what he discovered in his classroom.
There are so many picture books to utilize in STEM classrooms for students of all ages. VirtuallyDifferent Digital Learning Coach Jennifer Stewart highlights a few you could use this week!
Teaching the way I was taught wasn’t inspiring to my students. However, transitioning to a conceptual approach was a critical element in building strong foundational understanding and capacity for all students to succeed in math. Learners need opportunities to DO math, and in DOING, there is LEARNING.
Who says Pi Day should only be celebrated in math class? There is plenty of fun to go all through the school day on March 14!
I wanted to create a space where my students could make mistakes and be okay, where they actually liked coming to my class, where they felt “smart” in their own way wherever they were in their learning, where they would push themselves to do better than yesterday, where they could struggle with something and still be alive to tell about it.
If you’ve ever sat in on a professional development session with me, you’ve heard my spiel, “From here on out, you’re a math person. Even if you feel you have no connection to mathematics, you need to channel your inner actor or actress and become a math person.