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Math, Technology and UDL: Closing the Achievement Gap
Creating new learning environments in math by applying UDL principles may just close the achievement gap in the US! [Page 1]

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Math Teaching Resources for K5 Classrooms
Free math teaching resources, math games, center activities and math journal tasks for K5 aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.

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Magical Maths
The "Magical Maths" website is a FREE, fun and friendly site that was set up in early 2007 to act as a learning hub for teachers around the world. The site receives thousands of unique visits per day, and has developed into a site where teachers of all subjects share FREE resources to aid the development of OUTSTANDING teaching pedagogy.

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In Teaching Algebra, the NotSoSecret Way to Students' Hearts
Education researchers are beginning to validate what many teachers have long known  connecting learning to student interests helps the information stick. This seems to work particularly well with math, a subject many students say they dislike because they can't see its relevance to their lives.

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Laura Candler's Math Problem File Cabinet
Laura Candler's Math Problem Solving Resources Laura Candler's Math Problem Solving page is where you'll find great resources for teaching problem solving as well as a variety of math problem activity pages. Many of the items on this page are free and do not come with directions.

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Curriki Geometry Course
Traditionally one of the loathsome subjects, math is often a stumbling block for students. Curriki's ProjectBased Learning (PBL) Geometry curriculum will help your students build the skills and confidence that will help them conquer any mathematical problem and develop 21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, and teamwork.

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Hint Cards
Middle school math teacher Audra McPhillips makes hint cards with questions to guide her students when they are struggling with a problem.

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Great Math Links
Why Use Technology in the Classroom? Technology, when used appropriately, can help make science classroom a site of active learning and critical thinking, furthering student inquiry and connections with the materials. Teachers can use technology to enable students to explore fundamental curriculum issues and answer core questions.

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Learnist  Math
Learnist makes it super easy to share what you know by curating the web. You can use videos, blogs, books, docs, images or anything on the web to explain how to learn something.

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Learnist  US History
Learnist makes it super easy to share what you know by curating the web. You can use videos, blogs, books, docs, images or anything on the web to explain how to learn something.

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The key to Singapore's maths success
Singapore teaches maths better than most countries including the UK, according to international rankings for secondary pupils. The difference starts at an early age. There are many reasons but one key factor is its stepbystep approach that can be used at home or in the classroom.

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Common Core & Ed Tech
Here's a plethora of math web resources sure to provide some assistance to math teachers trying to get your arms around Common Core, engaging lessons, new ways to teach, better plans, and so on. Thinking a little ahead, it's tax time! The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives  alas, does NOT work on Chromebooks...

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Math: Your secret weapon against Wall Street and the NSA
As Edward Frenkel sees it, the way we teach math in schools today is about as exciting as watching paint dry. So it's not surprising that when he brings up the fact that he's a mathematician at dinner parties, eyes quickly glaze over. "Most people, unfortunately, have a very bad experience with mathematics," Frenkel says.

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Is the Universe a Simulation?
IN Mikhail Bulgakov's novel "The Master and Margarita," the protagonist, a writer, burns a manuscript in a moment of despair, only to find out later from the Devil that "manuscripts don't burn." While you might appreciate this romantic sentiment, there is of course no reason to think that it is true.

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Why do people hate mathematics?
With thanks to http://www.audible.com/numberphile Featuring Professor Edward Frenkel, from the University of California, Berkeley. Author of Love & Math.

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Effective teacher training critical to success of Common Core math
The quality of teacher training will be crucial to the success of the new Common Core State Standards in math, educators say, and the pressure is on districts to give elementary school teachers the skills they'll need to provide students with a firm foundation in early arithmetic.

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Place Value Tent Cards
My favorite way to teach place value is definitely using place value tent cards. It is always one of the highlights of math class as well, as it makes learning place value a kinesthetic activity that all students enjoy. The tent cards that I have include numbers up to 90 000.

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About That 'Common Core' Math Problem Making the Rounds on Facebook...
Over the past week, I've seen this image multiple times on Facebook and elsewhere, a supposed denunciation of the Common Core version of math that kids are now learning: That picture is especially popular on conservatives' Facebook walls ... and I'm sure one of your relatives has said something about it, too.