How can we effectively support elementary math teachers?

A Great Summer School Fit: Math in Practice and Math by the Book

This week on the podcast, we talk with Sue O'Connell about literature-based math practices and her upcoming event.

Introducing operations through a story context ensures that the lesson focus is on understanding the operation rather than just performing a calculation.

Help K-5 students experience aha moments when learning math through engaging literature and hands-on experiences.

Even before the pandemic, the call for a new vision of math instruction was loud. A challenge in this profession is consistently having opportunities to think critically and collaboratively about pedagogy to avoid "teaching how we were taught"...

Educational subjects lose power when taught in isolation. Bring literature into your math classroom to pique student curiosity and connect it to advocacy…all while learning math.

How studying decimals empowered students to change their community: A blog by Margie Pearse, coauthor of Math by the Book: Fifth Grade.

How do stories create space for mathematical thinking? Today on the podcast we’re joined by Sue O’Connell, lead author of the Math by the Book series, and two of her co-authors Danielle Moore, and TJ Jemison.

How do we help all students make sense of mathematics? — with stories! Literature can support and enhance mathematics instruction.

Stories support curiosity and engagement. By creating excitement with our students we make the task of teaching specific grade level math skills easier.

Sue O'Connell, Marcy Myers, and Georgina Rivera discuss the value of integrating literature into the math classroom.

Seven ways that incorporating children’s literature into mathematics lessons can change the atmosphere, focus, and energy in your math classroom!