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Help your students become more flexible and fluent with solving 2-step equations by showing them how to use these three models consistently.
Create slick animations that will make you math lessons pop! Jon will walk through a few examples of how to use Magic Move from Apple’s Keynote to create the animations found in the Make Math Moments catalogue of problem-based lessons.
Learn how you can build fluency and flexibility with number and operations through the exploration of all of those curriculum standards that we’re forced to teach. Classroom sneak peek.
In this video post we’ll unpack the key ideas of when to incorporate practice while teaching a problem-based lesson so you can maximize efficiency in your limited time.
Get kids leaning in to learn mathematics by building conceptual understanding and fluency to ensure success for all students.
In this video Jon will outline his own journey of rushing to the algorithm and show an example of a recent lesson where he avoided the rush and let students think while problem solving.
Learn how you can build fluency and flexibility multiplying fractions using the area model after introducing the concept through a problem based math lesson
Avoid rushing to the algorithm when solving ratios and proportions problems by using ratio and rate reasoning strategies instead of setting up proportions and cross multiplying.
In this video we’ll show you how to connect factoring and polynomial division to existing models for division from elementary and middle school.
Algebra can be a tough concept to teach. Take a sneak peek into a virtual classroom as we emerge algebraic substitution and solving equations
Learn how to Emerge Mathematical Behaviours Through Questioning in your math class with these quick tips and problem based math lessons
Learn how to Build Number Sense and Fact Fluency in your math class by leveraging Visual Math Talk Prompts through the free Math Is Visual website.
Download our pre-made random grouping cards so you can create visible random groups in your math class every day.
How to introduce the distributive property in your middle school or high school classrooms so that it builds on prior knowledge.
In this video we’ll show you what you’ll learn when you join the Academy and how to navigate your account so that you maximize your classroom game and minimize time!