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Motivated by Ilana Horn - The Audiobook

Heinemann is pleased to announce the latest addition to our growing line of audiobooks, Motivated by Ilana Seidel Horn!  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Cathery Yeh on the Culture of Mathematics

Today on the podcast, we're handing things over to Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Steve Leinwand on Re-Imagining Math Class

Today on the Heinemann podcast we’re speaking with author Steve Leinwand. Steve’s work revolves around fostering authentic math fluency in students.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Building Routines for Reasoning with Amy Lucenta and Grace Kelemanick

Today on the podcast we’re joined by Amy Lucenta and Grace Kelemanik. Amy and Grace are co-authors of Routines for Reasoning: Fostering the Mathematical Practices in All Students.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Conferring in Math with Jen Munson, Faith Kwon, and Mary Trinkle

We confer with our students in reading and writing, but why isn’t it as common in math?  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Finding Context in Unexpected Places with Sue O'Connell

Today on the podcast we’re speaking with author Sue O’Connell about some key ways to build math fluency.  (continue reading)

The Teacher's Role in Math Fact Fluency

Teachers play a vital role in building students’ number sense and fluency with number combinations.  (continue reading)

The Phases of Learning Facts for Addition and Subtraction

Meaningful and effective learning of number facts involves three phases. Let's consider each in turn.  (continue reading)

Teaching for Authentic Fluency, Not Rote Memorization

Learning these facts is not about rote memorization. Seeing and using patterns, and building relationships, can free children’s cognitive resources to be used in other tasks.  (continue reading)

Math Fact Frenzy: Drills Do Not Lead to Fluency

What does it really take to help students learn their math facts in ways that allow them to access and use these facts fluently and flexibly to solve rich and challenging math problems?  (continue reading)

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