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3 Webinars this Spring Could Supercharge Your Math Instruction

3 Webinars this Spring Could Supercharge Your Math Instruction

Our math webinar series from May-June is brimming with expertise on how to get instruction back on track. Register here >> Being the Director of Mathematics at Discovery Education has its perks. Sure, it’s nice meeting the stars of the Puppy Bowl and receiving free Deadliest Catch bumper stickers, but my favorite perk is interacting

Assessing Mathematical Modeling Activities

Watch the Archive The following list of tips for assessing mathematical modeling are based on ideas presented during the Assessing Math Modeling Activities webinar. Feel free to download and share these tips in the attached Assessing Mathematical Modeling PDF. Start small, get bigger. The first modeling task of the year should be completed in one class. This will

Fluency and Mathematical Modeling

Watch the Archive The following list of tips for procedural fluency with mathematical modeling are based on ideas presented during the Connecting Conceptual Understanding and Procedural Fluency with Math Modeling webinar. Feel free to download and share these tips in the attached Fluency and Math Modeling PDF. Fluency has many parts. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Getting Started with Mathematical Modeling

Watch the Archive The following list of tips for getting started with mathematical modeling are based on ideas presented during the Math Modeling 101 webinar. Feel free to download and share these tips as the Getting Started with Mathematical Modeling PDF. Start small. You don’t have to start with a large-scale, open-ended project like, “What’s

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