“Mathematics is the study of patterns.” – GH Hardy. By teaching students to recognize math patterns, they
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To some extent, standards should inform instruction. But educators should be careful of simply turning standards into learning objectives.
Most educators have heard that small group instruction works. But it’s a lot easier to change seating arrangements than it is to change how we teach.
This month’s Educator Spotlight Shines on David Franklin: a teacher, school leader, and education consultant. David talked with us about turning around a struggling San
This Month’s Educator spotlight shines on Eliset Claudio. Ms. Claudio is a 6th Grade math teacher at MS 126 in Brooklyn. She shares how the
To support traditional teachers in student-centered practices, it’s important to address common concerns around the challenges of student-centered learning.