The goal of the Math Equity Project is to collaborate as a community of math educators to find ways to teach math that will humanize our students and mathematics. Math isn’t simply solving for X and Y.
With the right strategies, teachers can help students understand mathematical language to clearly and concisely explain how they worked out a math equation.
For anyone collaborating virtually right now, the panel of squares and faces making up the online Math Connect meetings will feel familiar. While taking work home is familiar territory for many, teaching from home is …
After 10 years of writing programs, a milestone anniversary celebration will showcase different teacher projects.
There was a time when Bryn Orum was thinking about leaving teaching. But the Greater Madison Writing Project – celebrating its 10-year-anniversary on March 21 – was such a revelation for her that she stayed …
“Students must have a safe place, which includes a trusting relationship with their teacher, to discuss gender equity” – teacher discussing the importance of discussions
“Students must have a safe place, which includes a trusting relationship with their teacher, to discuss gender equity.”
A fourth grade teacher shares their experience facilitating student’s peer feedback on mathematics. Discover how students improved their mathematical conversations with the peer feedback facilitation.
“Students have shown a better understanding of the complexities of feedback and its intention to help them improve as they move forward.”
It’s the connections students have with their thinking, other’s thinking, to the content we are working on, to the math basic facts. I have found there are so many benefits to doing Number Talks” – 5th grade teacher sharing their research on number talks.