 achievethecore.org  Student Achievement Partners
Professional development modules, voices of teachers, articles, tools, research, and other free resources for educators implementing the Common Core State Standards, as assembled by the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), the National Education Association
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 Assessing True Academic Success: The Next Frontier of Reform  Dan Kennedy, Baylor School
Article from Mathematics Teacher 92, 46266, September 1999. "Suppose that your doctor's idea of a successful medical practice is to teach his patients how to pass every diagnostic test that he gives to them. How will you ever know if you are healthy?
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 Avoiding Weapons of Math Destruction
"Reflections from a student teacher." Blog posts, which date back to September, 2012, have included "First Week Excitement," "The Flipped Classroom," and "The Challenge of OpenEnded Questions."
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 Barry Garelick, Author at Education News  EducationNews
Articles by Garelick, who teaches middle and high school math in California, have included "The Myth About Traditional Math Education," "Fran, Henderson & Pingry, and Me: A Tale of Problems vs Exercises," "Mathematics Education: Being Outwitted by Stupidity,"
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 Beyond TERC  Linda Moran
Share constructive ideas with other parents and seek advice from Linda Moran, a licensed math teacher and author of the Beyond TERC lens and the Beyond TERC blog.
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 Carl Offner's Home Page  University of Massachusetts, Boston
Expository papers by Offner on mathematics and computer science (levels: advanced undergraduate to 1styear graduate student): Repetitions of Words and the ThueMorse Sequence; Finite Fields and PseudoRandom Number Generation; Some Early Analytic Number
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 cavmaths  Stephen Cavadino
Blog by a maths teacher and KS5 coordinator. Posts, which date back to July, 2012, often incorporate social media and snapshots of scratch work: "Christmaths Projects," "Engaging with Written Feedback," "Consistency, Humour, Well planned Lessons and
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 Center for Proficiency in Teaching Mathematics
Strengthening the system of professional education that supports teachers of mathematics throughout their careers. The Center for Proficiency in Teaching Mathematics (CPTM) worked with teacher educators from 2 and 4year higher education institutions,
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 Center for the Development of Teaching (CDT)  Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC)
A research and development center whose goal is to learn how teachers' practice can be transformed to support students' construction of knowledge. Currently focusing on mathematics and science teaching, the Center carries out research and action projects
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 Challenge by Choice  David Suarez and others
A classroom mathematics program that lets students choose their own level of challenge within the structure of the curriculum. His blog offers details of the program, the theoretical and practical basis of differentiated instruction, and the results he's
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 cheesemonkey wonders  Elizabeth Statmore
Blog by a San Francisco high school teacher who came to the classroom by way of "many years as an entrepreneur and executive in Silicon Valley." Statmore left industry after seeing "too many good, smart people who were missing out on wonderful career
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 Community for Undergraduate Learning in the Mathematical Sciences  The University of Auckland
This crossfaculty community within The University of Auckland (NZ) brings together all the mathematical science providers at the university to create a researchbased Centre for tertiary education in the mathematical sciences. See, in particular, the
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 Critical Issues in Mathematics (NCREL)  Pathways to School Improvement
Articles from the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL). The Significance of the NCTM Standards; Ensuring Equity and Excellence in Mathematics; Locating, Using, and Integrating InternetBased Mathematics Materials; Providing HandsOn,
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 Curmudgeon
Blog by a veteran math teacher in Vermont who "believes that math should be taught, not collaboratively explored; algebra and geometry are better than a vague course of Integrated Math; spiraling doesn't work nearly as well as learning it properly the
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 Curriculum Issues  Beauregard Parish (Louisiana) Public Library
Links to sites with information about the new New Math, whole math, whole language, and traditional curriculum resources
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 Daniel Willingham
From the author of Why Don't Students Like School? and When Can You Trust the Experts? (subtitled: "How to tell good science from bad in education"). See, in particular, Willingham's articles, such as "Why transfer is hard," "Why students remember or
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 Educational Aspirations
"Ramblings from a 21st century educator" who specializes in differentiating math and seeks to make the subject "more engaging and relevant to students' lives." Blog posts, which date back to July, 2011, have included "Measuring Student Growth," "Twitter
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 Educational Programs That Work (EPTW): Mathematics  U.S. Dept. of Education
The Catalogue of the National Diffusion Network's descriptions of exemplary educational programs in mathematics. A tabular summary of program services provides an overview of the programs. Individual program descriptions summarize audience, program goals,
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 Education News Parents Can Use  U.S. Department of Education
A TV series focusing on schools, learning and the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. On the third Tuesday of each month during the school year, Education News airs live via satellite, offering parents and anyone else with an interest in education vital
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 The Electronic School  National Schools Boards Association (NSBA)
A supplement to The Executive Educator and The American School Board Journal magazines, published in cooperation with the Institute for the Transfer of Technology to Education (ITTE), a program of the NSBA. It seeks to be an editorially independent source
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 Empowering Teachers as Leaders [PDF file]  Paul M. Terry, University of Memphis
This article presents the need for what some view as a rather radical change in educational leadership. An argument for this change is proffered by reviewing the current leadership methodology and, for comparison, empowerment is explored as it relates
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 The EMPower Project  TERC
Extending Mathematical Power: A Math Curriculum for Adults, extends school mathematics reform to currently underserved populations so that they more effectively engage mathematical demands at work, at home as parents and caregivers, in the community,
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 ERIC Digests  Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC)
Digests are short reports on topics of prime current interest in education, targeted specifically for teachers, administrators, policymakers, and other practitioners, but generally useful to the broad educational community. Each offers an overview of
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 Essays on Constructivism and Education  Tom O'Haver; Maryland Collaborative for Teacher Preparation
An extensive collection of articles on constructivist teaching strategies, change in education, technology in the classroom, hypertext and cognitive flexibility, constructivist pedagogy readings, and more.
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 FamilyEducation Network
Articles, discussion groups, professional advice, suggestions, and other resources for children of preschool and younger, elementary school, middle school, and high school and beyond. Resources topics include activities, health and safety, homework help,
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 Finding Common Ground in K12 Mathematics Education  Mathematical Association of America
"Starting point" documents, designed to advance the discourse about how to improve K12 mathematics teaching and learning, that emerged from MAAconvened pilot meetings between mathematicians and mathematics educators thought to be strongly aligned with
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 Focus on Mathematics  Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Boston University
Focus on Mathematics (FoM) seeks to "improve student achievement by providing mathematics teachers with the content knowledge and skills valuable in their profession." FoM programs have included math expos and math fairs of student research projects;
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 for the love of learning  Joe Bower
"Assessment is not a spreadsheet — it's a conversation." Describing his early teaching practice as "focused on power and control," Bower has followed three principles since 2004: "students should experience their successes and failures not as reward
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 Getsmarter.org  Council on Competitiveness
A free web site designed to help improve math and science education. Interactive quizzes, games, and tutorials allow students to learn more about specific topics and improve their skills. MSTV, a series of interactive modules, shows how math and science
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 GFBrandenburg's Blog  Guy Brandenburg
In his opening post, Brandenburg wrote, "I have been doing some research on educational progress (or lack thereof) in the Washington, DC school system before and after the reign of our mediadarling school Chancellor, Michelle Rhee...." The retired high
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 The Greater Philadelphia Secondary Mathematics Project  The Greater Philadelphia Secondary Mathematics Project
A support site for the systemic implementation of professional development using nationally validated, exemplary, standardsbased secondary mathematics curricula in the Greater Philadelphia region. News and resources include edited dialogues about the
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 Harold Reiter's Home Page  Harold Reiter, Department of Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Freely downloadable puzzles and problems from the founder of teachers circles and math clubs in Charlotte and Mecklenburg, longtime writer of MathCOUNTS questions, and member of the ETS/College Board CLEP (CollegeLevel Examination Program) Precalculus
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 Home Page of Andrei Toom, André Toom  Andrei Toom, Department of Statistics, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil
The home page of one of the developers of the ToomCook, or Toom3 algorithm, a method of multiplying two large integers. Toom's Englishlanguage mathematics articles, published in journals such as the Journal of Statistical Physics, include "NonErgodic
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 Horizon Research, Inc.
A private research firm located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, that specializes in work related to science and mathematics education. Recent project include Looking Inside the Classroom, A Study of K12 Mathematics and Science Education in the United
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 IAEPedia  Information Age Education (IAE); The Science Factory
IAE, founded by Dave Moursund, is a nonprofit organization that provides free materials for preservice and inservice teachers. It focuses on improving education at all levels and throughout the world. The IAEPedia is a wiki page about its educational
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 I Choose Math  Justin Lanier
Blog by a high school teacher in Brooklyn Heights. Posts, which date back to August, 2011, have included "SBG: Affective Quizzing," "FreeChoice Time: Origins," "Introducing Proof Using Formal Systems," and "Math is Personal: A smOOC about Meaning, Sharing,
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 Institut Pengembangan Pendidikan Matematika Realistik Indonesia
Indonesian implementation and dissemination of Pendidikan Matematika Realistik Indonesia (PMRI), the Dutchinspired Realistic Mathematics Education (RME). Blog posts  a few in English, most in Indonesian  date back to August, 2009.
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 The Interactive Mathematics Program (IMP)  Chicago, Univ. of Illinois
A Model for Mathematics Education Reform. A fouryear, problem based mathematics curriculum for high schools, to meet the needs of both collegebound and noncollegebound students. IMP is designed to replace the fourcourse sequence typical of most high
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 The International Netcourse Teacher Enhancement Coalition (INTEC)  The Concord Consortium
An online professional development course that introduces inquirybased teaching and learning to mathematics and science classrooms: networkbased netcourses are designed to engage teachers in their own investigations, supplying skills, a knowledge of
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 iSchoolPolymath  Sarah Prendergast
Video libraries, syllabi, Pinterest inspiration pages, and other materials for math courses taught at iSchoolPolymath, a public high school in New York City. Prendergast's Algebra I course incorporates gamification, handson projects, problem solving,
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 James P. Dildine  James P. Dildine
Interactive math lessons for exploring parabolas, triangle areas, Pythagorean triples, triangle angle sums (powered by a Cabri Java applet), cancer and mathematics (image analysis, and determining the area and perimeter of nonregular figures), systems
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 Jo Boaler
From the author of What's Math Got to Do with It?: How Parents and Teachers Can Help Children Learn to Love Their Least Favorite Subject. Watch a YouTube clip of Boaler teach using Inquiry Based Learning method, or click through her presentation entitled
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 John Jerrim
Publications, blog, and other resources by a University College London Reader in Educational and Social Statistics who has worked extensively with the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) data. Jerrim has organized publications into
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 Kansas Association of Teachers of Mathematics
Bulletins, advocacy, resources, and more from the Kansas Association of Teachers of Mathematics (KATM). See, in particular, KATM's FlipBooks of of research, "unpacked" Common Core State Standards (CCSS) from many states, instructional strategies, and
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 kmorrowleong  Kimberly MorrowLeong
Blog by a mathematics coach of the American Institutes for Research (AIR). Posts, which date back to April, 2017, have included "I was thinking…about humanity"; "Gender leaks in the STEM pipeline"; and "Reflecting on #MTBoS, NCTM, and NCSM." MorrowLeong,
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 language and literacy: Mathematics  John Bald
The author of The Literacy File and Using Phonics to Teach Reading and Writing, Bald teaches reading, writing, and foreign languages in the UK. His blog posts, which date back to August, 2008, have included "Language, understanding and confidence in maths,"
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 The Late Professor Morris Kline  Mark Alder
Read Kline's books Why Johnny Can't Add and Why the Professor Can't Teach; his lecture "Pea Soup, Tripe, and Mathematics"; and a bibliography of his publications.
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 Learning & Mathematics Discussion Sessions  Math Forum
Newsgroup discussions inspired by recent work on how students learn mathematics among mathematicians, teachers of mathematics, and students of educational psychology that occurred on the Math Forum's newsgroup geometry.precollege. Much of the work around
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 LSCNet  TERC, Inc.
Best practices, issues, and resources for the National Science Foundation's 72 Local Systemic Change (LSC) Projects across the country. Each of these projects provides teacher professional development and curriculum innovation in the areas of math and/or
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 Math Archive for The Answer Sheet  Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post Company
Math education articles from The Washington Post blog of "everything you need to stay sane during the school years." Posts of this "school survival guide for parents (and everyone else)," which date back to 2009, have included "The trouble with algebra,"
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