## Teaching Math Well When Time is Scarce

Hana Rodgers discusses the practical ways to teach the good, true and beautiful aspects of math.

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# Tag: Mathematics

## Teaching Math Well When Time is Scarce

## Math is _____ (Fill in the Blank)

## Conceptually-Based Upper School Mathematics Curriculum: Lesson Learned From Transition

## Asking the Right Questions: Categories of Study and Thought for Mathematics

## Singapore Math Strategies: An In-Depth Look

## The Enchanted Cosmos: Mathematics Among the Liberal Arts

## Connecting Grammar School Mathematics to High School Algebra

## Habits of Mind and Singapore Math

## Teaching Geometry through Euclid’s Elements

## Goes Into What? Making Long Division Make Sense

Hana Rodgers discusses the practical ways to teach the good, true and beautiful aspects of math.

Josh Wilkerson challenges

educators on how to complete the sentence “Math is ”

with language that considers the practical experience.

Geneva School teachers share lessons they learned from transitioning to a

conceptually-based, problem-solving focused mathematics

curriculum for upper grades.

Jeff Chambless discusses the important pedagogical method of asking the right questions about mathematics.

Mo Gaffney and Susy Willetts discuss an approach to teaching that allows students to master mathematical concepts in greater depth for deeper understanding and improved con dence.

Ravi Jain considers how we can recover for students the wonder of an enchanted cosmos that God has spoken — or perhaps sung — into being.

Janet Andreasen discusses how to connect methods and topics in Grammar School math to High School algebra.

Mo Gaffney and Susy Willetts discuss how they became a model school with Math’s No Problem by developing instruction that promotes metacognition, flexible thinking, and striving for accuracy.

Arron Kau shares practical reflections arising from several years of experience teaching geometry from Euclid, as well as some reflections on what this book has to teach us about that nature of mathematics and math instruction across the curriculum.

Janet Andreasen discusses how different models of division help to make long division make sense.