How Problem Solving Changed my Math Teaching
What can you honestly say has changed your teaching? I don’t say that lightly. Honestly, I will claim just 2 things have changed my teaching career– character education and problem solving. Problem Solving Definition Let’s form a common definition. My training and research comes from a book called Children’s Mathematics: Cognitively Guided Instruction. This training […]
Positive Math Mindset: 2 Epic Lessons
Are you looking for lessons to help form positive math mindset? Here are my favorite two lessons to help students for positive math mindsets!
Math Mindset: 3 Tips to Build Positive Math Mindset
Are you looking forw ways to build your students positive math mindset? I share my top 3 ways to motivate my students in the math classroom.
Top 4 Ways I’m Teaching Decimals
to my 4th & 5th Grade Are you frantically searching the internet because you’re teaching decimals and you NEED ideas. Teaching decimals is hard. Are your students struggling with conceptual understanding of decimals and you’re fighting the urge of just showing them all the “short cuts” that landed you (and I) hating math and feeling […]
Parent Communication- Newsletters
Do you send out a newsletter? Monthly? Weekly? Bi-weekly? I’ll be honest, I always struggle to be consistent with a newsletter. It gets to a point in the year when I think to myself, is anyone really reading this? The answer is always yes. So, I’m going to share with you my best tips to […]
I’m Obsessed with Circles
I’m obsessed with circles. It’s true. When I started having my students sit in a circle my teaching changed and learning increased. What? Just a circle on the rug? I’m literally talking about just changing from having students sit in rows to sitting in a circle. That being said, I’ve always had rectangular carpets in […]