Math

How to Use EdLight to Focus on Authentic Student Work

Do you have a full picture of your students’ thought process? Multiple choice questions often give us a limited view of how well students understand something new. This year, the team at EdLight reached out to me to share how their tool provides a full picture of student understanding through the collection of authentic student […]

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Differentiate Your Reading and Math Activities with eSpark

Looking for a simple way to connect students with interactive lessons? eSpark has a teacher- and student-friendly platform that gives you access to activities that support differentiated instruction. If you’re looking for engaging reading and math activities, eSpark has you covered. eSpark is free through the end of the school year. Now is a great […]

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Engaging Game-Based Learning Curriculum from SplashLearn

This post is in partnership with SplashLearn. All opinions are my own. Do you use a game-based learning curriculum in your classroom? Finding engaging resources for students is a challenge at all levels. To help cultivate a habit of life-long learning, the team at SplashLearn has developed elementary-friendly resources you’ll want to check out. SplashLearn […]

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How to Send Assignments to Students to Support Math Learning

This post is in partnership with MIND Research Institute. All opinions are my own.  What does math instruction look like in your blended or distance learning classroom? As you work to meet your students’ needs both in a traditional, face-to-face classroom and during a remote learning initiative, there are ways to personalize this math learning […]

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Free Math Videos for Kids Tackling Math Problems

Multimedia resources can support students learning math in school and at home. Earlier this year, I came across Blutick, a learning platform powered by artificial intelligence. They are now offering free math videos for kids and curriculum support for teachers. In this blog post, I’ll tell you all about Blutick and how you can access […]

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Problem-Based Middle School Math Curriculum

Are you looking for a curriculum to support your middle school math students? The team at Illustrative Mathematics reached out to me earlier this year to share their special resources for sixth, seventh, and eighth-graders. They have a middle school math curriculum and professional learning for teachers. In this blog post, I’ll share an overview […]

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eSpark Differentiated Math and Reading Activities for Kids

Are you looking for activities your students will love? With differentiated math and reading activities for kids, eSpark has you covered! eSpark helps students practice new skills and grow at their own pace through a platform designed for PreK to fifth graders. Ready for any device in your classroom, eSpark has a free one-year trial […]

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How To Bring Real-Time Data into Your Classroom

Bringing real-time data into your classroom is easier than ever, thanks to the impressive Hacking STEM resources from Microsoft Education. This summer, I had a chance to connect with members of the fantastic team at Hacking STEM. They are committed to democratizing STEM education for every child through the use of real-time data and hands-on […]

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Differentiated Instruction in All Subject Areas with Freckle

If you’re a regular reader of the blog, you know I love sharing news and updates from EdTech companies. So when I sat down with the Renaissance team at the ISTE Conference this year, I was excited to hear what they had to say. This spring Renaissance announced the acquisition of Freckle Education to expand […]

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Math Puzzles for Kids feat. ST Math Chats

I don’t know about your students, but mine always loved puzzles and games. The more I could bring games them into activities — especially during math — the better! So at ISTE this year I was excited to hear about a special new set of math puzzles from ST Math®. They have released these short […]

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