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Making Math Relevant to Middle and High School Students

Sep 24, 2021 11:46:28 AM / by Louise El Yaafouri posted in Secondary Education, Mathematics

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Money Smarts through Simulations

Sep 14, 2021 2:10:05 PM / by Kristi Hemingway posted in College & Career Readiness, Mathematics, 21st Century Skills, Equity, Financial Literacy, Classroom Management

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My husband and I used to joke about an imaginary book series he would someday write. The cookbook would have three pages:

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Making Financial Literacy a 21st Century Skill

Aug 20, 2021 11:17:23 AM / by Louise El Yaafouri posted in Mathematics, 21st Century Skills

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Need to Know:

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Why Feedback Loops for Math Must Happen in Elementary Classrooms

Aug 11, 2021 12:29:23 PM / by Louise El Yaafouri posted in Elementary Education, Mathematics

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Make Math Meaningful by Teaching Through Story

Jul 30, 2021 1:51:38 PM / by Louise El Yaafouri posted in Mathematics

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Math: Unraveling Our Love-Hate Relationship

May 13, 2021 11:11:37 PM / by Kristi Hemingway posted in Mathematics

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We have a love-hate relationship with math.

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Growing Students as Mathematicians: Building Capacity for Math Skills Confidence

Apr 27, 2021 8:47:08 PM / by EdCuration Staff Writer posted in Mathematics

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“There is one curriculum subject that tends to trigger a fight, flight, or freeze response like no other and that is math. This subject can cause sweaty palms, racing pulses, and inspire genuine fear and anxiety,” says primary school teacher John Dabell.  But that’s not the end of the story.  He adds: “It can also excite, entertain and energize in the right hands!”

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Bridging the Math Gap: Strategies for All Students

Mar 22, 2021 12:16:33 PM / by Kristi Hemingway posted in Mathematics

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I am a devoted follower of the late Sir Ken Robinson (may he rest in peace). Somewhere in his massive body of work he described math as a party to which many of us feel we have not been invited. Although I can't find the quote I have never forgotten it because I'm one of the people that got excluded from that guest list--or at least that's what I've always believed. I've gone along with the casual dogma of, "there are math people, and there are non-math people."

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