By Francis (Skip) Fennell, Beth McCord Kobett, and Jon Wray - March 30, 2017 | 2017 Annual Meeting and Exposition
Our efforts for the past 3+ years have been focused on addressing the important role of formative assessment and its everyday classroom connection to planning and instruction.
By Richard Seitz - May 16, 2017
After many years of involvement in mathematics education, I know that it is time to support a new generation.
In this two-part
series, the authors explore whether we base our instructional practices on what
we believe as professional mathematics educators or we simply perpetuate practices
that we experienced as students.
post describes the various sources that can be found for estimation activities.
The game of Set has been around for a long time. This
activity brings to mind several questions that all lead to set theory and