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Six Processes for Developing Numerical Fluency

When mathematics lessons are systematically planned and implemented with these six processes at the forefront, teachers maximize the chances of all students becoming numerically fluent.  (continue reading)

The Challenge of Teaching in Ways We Were Not Taught

There is an unacceptable chasm between traditional mathematics instruction, that rarely works for more than one-third on our students, and this kind of mathematics instruction, that truly empowers nearly all students.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Mathematicians are Communicators

This month we look at ways to infuse concepts of community in the math classroom to support confidence and participation.  (continue reading)

What Makes Math Intimidating for Teachers?

What Makes Math Intimidating for Teachers?  (continue reading)

Why Math Can't Simply Stop at an Answer

Why Math Can't Simply Stop at an Answer  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Math as Communication

PLC Series: Math as Communication  (continue reading)

Teacher Appreciation: Steve Leinwand On His Formative Teachers

Teacher Appreciation: Steve Leinwand On His Formative Teachers  (continue reading)

SMP #5: Use Appropriate Tools Strategically

SMP #5: Use Appropriate Tools Strategically  (continue reading)

SMP #4: Model with Mathematics

SMP #4: Model with Mathematics  (continue reading)

SMP #3: Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others

SMP #3: Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others  (continue reading)

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