## Fun End of Year Math Activities

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Fun End of Year Math Activities

You’ve finally made it to the end of year! State testing is done and instead of cramming in one more unit you’ve decided to do some fun...

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Case Study: Math Department Satisfaction Up 25%

You might be hesitant about an independent math consultant who claims to help teachers working with students who struggle. You might be...

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Math Teaching Textbooks - A guide for 6-12th teachers

DISCLAIMER: I have not been offered nor have I received any compensation for this post or the recommendations I share. None of the links...

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Case Study: Statewide Support And Rave Math Teacher Reviews

It’s natural to wonder, “is this experience going to be worth my time and money?” Especially math professional development. You might be...

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Case Study: 6% Increase In Math SPED Pass Rates… in one semester? Yes, please!

It’s natural to wonder, “is this experience going to be worth my time and money?” Especially math professional development. You might be...

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Case Study: How Sarah went from loathing to loving teaching repeater algebra 1 students

It’s natural to wonder, “is this workshop going to be worth my time and money?” Especially math professional development. You might be...

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Graphing Linear Equations - 5 Activities Students Love!

Graphing calculator or no graphing calculator, that is the question (these days)! The teachers I support in my client work are constantly...

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3 Amazing Mathematics Professional Development for Teachers

I’ve taught math at three different high schools. I’ve attended some amazing professional development for math teachers, and I’ve also...

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5 Math Instructional Strategies

My first year of teaching was a rude awakening. I was teaching Math Intervention and Algebra 1 in South Central Los Angeles and while I...

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5 Research Based Math Instructional Strategies

Not only have I myself been a high school math intervention and Algebra 1 teacher at three Title 1 schools, but I’ve observed well over...

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Math Instructional Strategies

Let me share a bit about my first year of teaching with you. Year 1 was a rude awakening. I was teaching Math Intervention and Algebra 1...

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Should "I do, We do, You do" in math?

This might just be one of my most polarizing blog posts. And if I’m being honest, I feel very vulnerable sharing my opinion here. The...

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Cold Call Strategy

Tired of blank stares when you ask students to complete a math activity after you’ve taught the concepts? I was too. My first year...

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5 Tips For Teaching Math Virtually

So you've just found out you're going to be teaching virtually again. You're in the right place! Whether you loved the distance learning...

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First Day of Second Semester Activities

There was never a year that I didn’t need to do some culture resetting and community building at the start of second semester. Our...

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How to Structure Math Intervention: 4 Types of Math Intervention Programs

I’ve been a high school math intervention teacher at 3 different schools. I’ve been told to teach below grade level, at grade level, and...

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5 Clues You Need a Math Consultant

Since I left the classroom in 2018 to found CollaboratEd Consulting, I’ve been hired by over 45 schools and provided high quality math...

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Math Instructional Strategies: Notice and Wonder

I’m going to tell you a quick story from my fifth year in the classroom... I had a 12th grader in my remedial integrated math 1 class...

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5 Math Strategies for Struggling Students

Helping students who struggle with math is my passion. I became a math teacher not because of my love for mathematics, but because as a...

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Helping Students To Stop Failing Math

In the teacher groups I’m a part of, I keep seeing comments come up about the high amount of students failing math. Comments like, “80%...

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