This month we celebrated two special holidays, Mother’s Day and Teacher Appreciation Day. We invited students and teachers across...


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Utilizing Scaffolding in your Classroom to Address Learning Loss

Imagine two classroom scenarios. In the first scenario, a teacher gives a 15-minute lecture on multiplying fractions and then,...


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Understanding HR133

The effects of the pandemic have left almost no one untouched, and education is one area in particular that has experienced...


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Learning Loss and Its Impact on Math Education

What is learning loss? 


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3 Easy Steps to Making Math a Daily Routine at Home

We all know that very familiar adage, practice makes perfect—or as my third-grade teacher liked to say, practice makes...


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Maintaining Student-Teacher Connections During Remote Learning

Imagine this scenario: a star 5th grader is forced to stay home from school but continue learning. She’s accustomed to earning...


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How to Give Assignments | Part 2

In our preview post, we shared a bit about setting expectations when assigning tasks remotely, along with the benefits of...


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How to Give Assignments | Part 1

WHAT SHOULD BE THE EXPECTATION?

As more schools close due to the unforeseen impact of the coronavirus, districts are coming up...


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