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If educators focus more on students’ mathematical thinking, discourse, and understanding than their answers, they can foster more inclusive and generative math classrooms—ones that leave students with better “math memories.”
The Extraordinary Educators class of 2021 is made up of 44 educators from across the country. Here, they share resources, activities, and practices that have helped them ensure learning continues for ALL students during remote or blended learning in the 2020–2021 school year.
Adaptive assessments are tests in which the questions a student is asked are determined by whether they answered previous questions correctly. A series of correct answers will result in slightly harder questions, while a series of incorrect answers will yield slightly easier questions.
In this interview, award-winning picture book author Anika Denise discusses writing for Curriculum Associates’ new reading program, equity in education, and supporting teachers. Anika’s 10th book about the life of Puerto Rican actress Rita Moreno was published in November 2020.
Increasing language supports and demands in math classes can help all students deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts, which is why math teachers should “steal” practices that help their English Learners (ELs) thrive.