By Desha L. Williams and Cheryl D. Pappy - February 16, 2017 | 2017 Annual Meeting and Exposition
As African American mothers, we engaged in conversations with African American families to see whether a counter-narrative existed, because, we knew it existed in our own homes.
This is the second of a two-part series
that explores whether second graders can develop a deep understanding of the
concept that increasing an addend by one will have the same effect on the sum.
her fourth and final post, author Megan Heine discusses her successes and what
she wants to work toward in the future.
with some interesting problems may help students’ fluency with fractions.