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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.
If you and your students are feeling like you need more breaks from your computer screens, the best solution is to take learning offline. Here, we share engaging learning activities that are accessible to students who don’t have access to the Internet or devices.
To develop a deep understanding of math, students need both procedural and conceptual knowledge. Conceptual math knowledge is emphasized in the new standards and should be built in the early years using a variety of activities, including talking, movement, and interaction with physical objects.
Meghan Mayer is a 2020 Extraordinary Educator and a dedicated middle school English language arts teacher. Here she offers practical strategies for data tracking with students that other educators can use in their own classrooms.