How To Have High Expectations Of Students Who Are Multiple Grade Levels Behind In Math

I think most of us remember learning about the Pygmalion Effect in our teacher education classes. Here’s a refresher in case you need it…...

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How To Have High Expectations Of Students Who Are Multiple Grade Levels Behind In Math

I think most of us remember learning about the Pygmalion Effect in our teacher education classes. Here’s a refresher in case you need it…...

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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: 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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