May 21

Summer E-Books

Summer reading begins April 15 and continues until August 31

Free and unlimited, 24×7 access to myON, which features over 10,000 enhanced digital books, is available through a partnership between Get Georgia Reading – Georgia Campaign for Grade Level Reading and myON.

All educators, librarians, students and parents in Georgia who are not currently reading with myON through their own individual accounts are invited to log in to read myON books using a special, shared account set up for this partnership.

http://about.myon.com/GetGAREADING

Jun 13

Dry erase boards in the class.

https://shar.es/12iaI0
Post-it® Dry Erase Surfaces provide unprecedented flexibility and quality — giving educators even more whiteboard options to help students succeed.

Jun 06

STEM picks for Kids

Top STEM picks to help kids discover fun of science and math http://t.co/U9BoWBRg0z #ajc

Jan 17

100th Day of School Activity

Hundred Board Logic puzzles for small groups or individual students. #100thday http://www.mathwire.com/problemsolving/hblogic.pdf

Aug 26

Understanding math instruction for parents

How to help parents understand
“new” math instruction.
http://www.nctm.org/about/content.aspx?id=43042

Link

Go deeper: With Common Core fractions are more than invert and multiply. Read the article from Edweek.

Aug 02

Procedural fluency?

What is procedural fluency? The National Council for Teachers of Mathematics provides their position statement. Read the article here.

Jul 31

Don’t teach math, coach it!

Don’t teach math coach it. New York Times article

Jul 24

Double doses of math yield diminishing returns

Double dose of math.

Jun 26

Science and Soccer

Are you ready for some Futbol, FIFA style? Check out these links to connection of science and soccer. I believe that we will win! http://science.nsta.org/enewsletter/2014-06/Leadership_Content.htm  

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