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5 Ways to Make Teaching Fractions WAY Easier

5 Ways to Make Teaching Fractions WAY Easier | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Teaching fractions is always an inevitably tough unit. These lesson ideas and tricks will make it easier for young kids through high school.
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Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers with Word Problems, Worksheets

Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers with Word Problems, Worksheets | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers, Multiplying Whole Numbers by Fractions, and Fractional parts of a Whole are all ways to describe this fun math song.
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Telling Time Lesson Plans: Teaching Students to Tell Time | Education World

Telling Time Lesson Plans:
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Three Common Core Strategies for Division

Three Common Core Strategies for Division | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
 “Please Mrs. Reed, can we do just one more division problem?” Pre common core The first time I heard one of my students ask this question I was stunned.  I thought that maybe I misunderstood…
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Let the Games Begin

Let the Games Begin | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Update 1/7/18 - Click here for a link for the FULL set of cards.  This set include facts for 3's through 9's. Please feel free to contact me if you find errors so I can fix them.  Thank you and Happy New Year to all.  Over the past year I have been working on a…
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Tips for Tackling Timed Tests and Math Anxiety

Tips for Tackling Timed Tests and Math Anxiety | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
You can’t make timed tests go away, but you can help make the stress more manageable for students.
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12 Steps to Creating a Language-Rich Environment | Scholastic

12 Steps to Creating a Language-Rich Environment | Scholastic | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Immerse your students in an engaging, language-rich environment that bolsters their vocabulary while improving their reading, writing, and communications skills. 


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*Math INFORMATION starts here - k-12math.info *

Information to evaluate and develop elementary and secondary school mathematics materials.
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Cognitive science evidence • Evidence Based Teachers Network

Cognitive science evidence • Evidence Based Teachers Network | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Principles of Instruction
The International Academy of Education
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Guide to Help Your Students Develop Number Sense

Guide to Help Your Students Develop Number Sense | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
This guide will assist teachers with understanding what number sense is as well as list strategies and activities that can be implemented in the classroom.
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Math Teaching Resources for K-5 Classrooms

Math Teaching Resources for K-5 Classrooms | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Free math teaching resources, math games and math centers for K-5 aligned with the Common Core State Standards
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Conctere-Representational-Abstract Sequence of Instruction

The purpose of teaching through a concrete-to-representational-to-abstract sequence of instruction is to ensure students truly have a thorough understanding of the math concepts/skills they are learning. When students who have math learning problems are allowed to first develop a concrete understanding of the math concept/skill, then they are much more likely to perform that math skill and truly understand math concepts at the abstract level.
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Access to Math - Dyscalculia.org

Access to Math - Dyscalculia.org | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Dyscalculia.org: Dyscalculia, Math Learning Disability: Diagnosis / testing; remediation, help; accommodations; assistive technology; special education; school; college guidance; information, guidance, advocacy, training. Learning Disorders: Math, Reading, Penmanship / handwriting, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, autism, Asbergers, Auditory Processing Disorder (APD).
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Frayer Model - The Teacher Toolkit

The Frayer Model is a graphic organizer for building student vocabulary. This technique requires students to define target vocabulary and apply their knowledge by generating examples and non-examples, giving characteristics, and/or drawing a picture to illustrate the meaning of the word. This information is placed on a chart that is divided into four sections to provide a visual representation for students.  
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Why I Love Teaching Long Division - Ashleigh's Education Journey

Why I Love Teaching Long Division - Ashleigh's Education Journey | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
As I taught long division through the area model and partial quotient, I was concerned that my students were learning the procedures but not the concept behind the procedures. I did not want the area model strategy and partial quotient strategy to be a series of steps for students to follow without meaning behind the steps. I want my students to become flexible in their thinking.
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Students with Disabilities: Software and Learning Support for Math (Part 2) -- THE Journal

Students with Disabilities: Software and Learning Support for Math (Part 2) -- THE Journal | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Students who have physical, cognitive, sensory, and learning disabilities might find learning mathematics particularly challenging. Appropriate accommodations and technology can help them learn and demonstrate their mastery of mathematics just like anyone else. Unfortunately, software might lack features and learning supports that make it fully accessible to all learners.
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Interactive Instruction for Teaching the Next Dollar Up

Interactive Instruction for Teaching the Next Dollar Up | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Next dollar up is a great strategy to use in life skills and elementary special education classes. I want to share some ideas and resources that instruct it.
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Developing mathematical understanding in students with intellectual disabilities | Virginia Commonwealth University Training and Technical Assistance Center Newsletter

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Mind-Body Math: Manipulatives in the Digital Age Infographic - e-Learning Infographics

Mind-Body Math: Manipulatives in the Digital Age Infographic - e-Learning Infographics | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
In today’s Digital Age, online digital environments are fast becoming a normal, natural extension of each student's physical environment.
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Models & Strategies for Two-Digit Addition & Subtraction

Models & Strategies for Two-Digit Addition & Subtraction | Math K-12 remediation | Scoop.it
Developing models and strategies for two-digit addition and subtraction helps students obtain fluency in mental math and computation.
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Integers in the Real World

This presentation shows many ways that Integers (positive and negative numbers) are used in the real world. To obtain a PowerPoint format download of this pres…
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