Beginning to use Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) is all about making sense of children’s thinking, listening to your students, and experimenting with your classroom practice.

During this time of remote teaching and learning, teachers can help parents and caregivers notice, support, and extend children’s math thinking with games and outdoor play.

What is CGI? Today we’ll give you an answer to help you decide if it might be right for your classroom.

CGI: Integrating Arithmetic and Algebra in Elementary School

How To Build Meaning for Fractions with Word Problems

Linda Levi: Three CGI Books You Should Read Next

Starting Out With Cognitively Guided Instruction [Video]

Learning With Understanding is a Matter of Equity

Children’s Mathematics: Engaging with each other’s ideas

How CGI changed my understanding of understanding

Children’s Mathematics: Children’s Identity as Mathematical Thinkers

Children's Mathematics: Why Every Math Teacher Should Know About Cognitively Guided Instruction

Children's Mathematics: Reading Is Thinking but Math Is Thinking, Too