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Stanford professor criticizes New York state's interpretation of Common Core math standards.
Chris Wejr's insight:
There has been much dialogue in our school recently on the use of drills to teach math. I think we can all agree that math facts are important so the debate is more about HOW to best teach math facts. This articles looks at some research out of Stanford as well as some thoughts from someone who supports timed drills.
A must read article discussing the holiday season and all the joy... and challenges this can bring in the classroom. We don't want to be a scrooge but also keep in mind that too much excitement can put kids over the edge. Article includes some valuable advice.
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