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- What If Teachers Took Computation Out of Math Class?
- Using Creativity to Boost Young Children’s Mathematical Thinking
- Algorithms
- New Approaches to Teaching Fractions
- How to Learn Math: Free course & certificate offered by Stanford
- Maker Math
- Helping Students Reason About Generalizations Regarding Numerators and Denominators
- Instructional Strategies for Teaching Algebra in Elementary School
- Introducing young students to functions —especially with concrete examples in the context of a story—integrates algebra into existing curriculum.
- Brain POP [movies, quizzes, games, mobile apps, experiments, activity page…aligned to and searchable by state standards including Common Core]
- “When will I ever use this?” Videos to answer that.
- National Girls Collaborative Project
- STEM Education Coalition
- STEM + Art = STEAM
- STEM and STEAM resources from Edutopia
- The Stereotypes That Distort How Americans Teach and Learn Math
- Math Tech Tool DESMOS to promote inquiry?

YOU learning math:

student teacherDecember 6, 2014 / 10:07 pmMath activity:

Represent days of school with fewest number of coins possible.

Each week, student who has “calendar” job represents the number of schools days so far with the fewest coins (i.e. 50 would be two quarters)

Next to this, put a blank sheet of paper with a 50 (or whatever day of school it is) and invite kids to come up throughout the day and write different ways to show this number (i.e. 50×1, 5 dimes, 550-500, etc)

Keep a book of each day’s sheet and display it in the classroom.

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