- 2014 Focus Issue: Building a Math Village: Developing partnerships Between School, Home, and Community
The TCM Editorial Panel wants to know what you are doing to build partnerships between school, home, and community that help support children’s mathematical understanding. We encourage articles providing exemplary implemented models and activities for partnering between school and home, and school and community. This may include challenging issues that are wrestled with in practice, as well as findings from research.
The TCM Editorial Panel is interested in the next steps that are being taken in your school communities to address the expectations outlined in the CCSSM. In addition, we want to learn more about how classroom teachers are integrating the CCSSM into their classroom practice.
- Early Childhood - Where math learning begins
Young children learn best when they are interested and engaged. Tell us how you excite, support and celebrate young mathematicians.
- Essential Understanding
The TCM Editorial Panel seeks articles that share ideas and lessons to make the big ideas of mathematics accessible to all students.
The TCM Editorial Panel seeks articles about the effective integration of mathematics across the content areas.
How do you use technology to develop students’ understanding, stimulate their interest, and increase their proficiency in mathematics? Share your ideas about the effective use of technology in grades pre-K–6 mathematics classrooms.
- Supporting Teacher Learning
Do you plan, facilitate, or support preservice or in-service teacher learning? We want to hear about your experiences.
- Hot Topics
Hot topics include differentiated instruction, multiple representations, assessment, teacher enrichment, technology and interdisciplinary work.
- What Did You Do in School Today?
Teach others by sharing a classroom experience that taught you a lesson.
- From the Classroom
Lessons, strategies, communication, insights, games, manipulatives, assessment… if it affects your classroom, we want to hear about it.
- General information about writing for Teaching Children Mathematics
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