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- Valuing as the Key to Unsilencing - Suzanne Alejandre
"At the heart of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Initiative is the valued learner, a learner with an active voice in his/her own learning. Under No Child Left Behind (NCLB) practices and assessment many students' voices have fallen silent.... Valuing
- Vancouver Math Tutor - Vlad
Tutoring services for the Vancouver, B.C. (Canada) area; articles on tutoring; and algebra and probability materials used in tutoring.
- Why Teach Mathematics? - Harold Brochmann
A series of articles addressing the questions Why do we have to learn this stuff? Why do we teach mathematics? Is the mathematics we teach relevant? Why is teaching mathematics so difficult?
- Without Geometry, Life Is Pointless - Avery Pickford
"Musings on math, education, teaching, and research" by a teacher. Blog posts, which date back to May, 2010, have included "What Makes a Problem Great," "Habits of Mind," "My 6th Grade Version of Algebra," "Technology in School: Where's My Hovercraft?
- Writing to Develop Understanding: The Math Forum @ Drexel's PoWs - Suzanne Alejandre
What can we ask students about their problem solving that will help them the most? This article, originally published in the December, 2006, issue of the CMC ComMuniCator, journal of the California Mathematics Council, addresses that question by examining
- Yo: A Math Teacher's Blog - Nico Rowinsky
Blog by the Toronto math teacher who wrote Sally Strange: And How She Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Grade 7 Math. Posts, which date back to September, 2012, have included "Teaching an Old Word Problem New Tricks: PART II," "What happens when you've
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