In this webinar, Math/Technology Curriculum Specialist Aubree Short will explore the use of problem solving methods and hands-on manipulatives to guide students in the discovery of algebraic concepts at all levels of learning.
In this webinar, Dr. Sara Delano Moore will share activities which use Rekenreks, ten frames, and base ten blocks to help young children connect counting with operations.
In this webinar, Terry Young, a veteran librarian and science educator, will take us on a STEMulating discovery of STEM and NGSS.
In this webinar, Dr. Sara Delano Moore will share activities which progress from working with counters to working with Rekenreks and ten frames. Join Sara to explore strategies for developing early number sense through counting.
In this webinar, Amy LeHew, Curriculum Developer at TenMarks, will explore how to promote productive math talk.
ETA hand2mind has hosted a professional learning community on edWeb for the past three years, providing free professional development for elementary and middle school math educators.
In this second webinar of our four-part series, Dr. Sara Delano Moore will share strategies for helping students understand which attributes define a shape.
The shortage of professionals with advanced skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is a real challenge for companies and the US economy. It presents a tremendous opportunity for today’s students who have a passion for STEM—the most in-demand, rewarding college degrees and jobs are in the STEM fields.
Developing a conceptual understanding of numbers and how they work is critical for continued success in mathematics throughout a child’s academic career. Brian Mowry reviewed and discussed the knowledge and skills — in particular those related to verbal counting, enumeration, cardinality, and small number recognition — which develop in the preschool years and lay the foundation for good number sense.
We have seen how technology is transforming and redefining classrooms all around the world, but the math classroom feels left out. There is a place for technology in our math classrooms. Let’s change our “calculation math” classrooms to a world of investigation, collaboration and problem solving.