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What factors should you consider when looking for supplemental math resources?
The main learning resources that are used in schools generally do not cover all the needs of students. After all, there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to teaching and learning. Teachers use supplemental material to fill in those gap
Spring into Summer Fun: End of Year Math Review
21st Century Skills That Students Will Need
While we are only two decades into our new century, the combination of historic, exponential development and introduction of social media–which has also imparted exponential changes to all our lives–means that educators are feverishly trying to
What Is Technology’s Moral Imperative in Math Education?
5 Ways To Mathematically Engage Your Students
The “E-word”, Engagement, has always been a much sought after idea in mathematics. How do we as educators meaningfully engage our students in mathematics that is intrinsically sustaining–beyond just the time and space of the classroom–for
Using The Disruptive Energy of Technology to Change Big Ideas in Math Education
Technology is disruptive by nature. It advances the way we think, communicate, and learn. It can also inadvertently create false dichotomies in education and the implementation of weak/misunderstood ideas of the benefits of technology.
Fractions and Decimals
An idea by Valérie Lebel, Math resource teacher
Our expert talks: The Truth About Fractions
Fractions are an important part of students’ course curriculum, and teachers are presented with the challenge of ensuring that they understand this concept. In this article, our Math expert, Sunil, shares his thoughts on the most effective methods of introducing the concept of fractions.
Our expert talks: How can we make students passionate about Math?
Math can be endlessly fascinating! This is the subject of our expert Sunil Singh’s new article.
Our expert talks: Math Education in the Digital Age #2
“Kids don’t hate mathematics because it is hard; kids hate mathematics because it is boring,” explains Sunil, while noticing that millions of subscribers are currently following YouTube channels dedicated to mathematics.
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