When teachers and educational publishers pay attention to misconceptions in math they will be going a long way towards helping students.
Technology should serve learning goals and not the other way around.
Math class is a great place to teach the attention to detail and scrupulous checking of work that make these endeavors successful.
Let's look at two types of adaptive assessment.
It's now time in our series on the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice to talk about calculators. The standard at hand is number five: Use appropriate tools strategically.
Today's discussion is on the third Math Practice Standard: Construct viable arguments and critique the arguments of others.
Previously, I've written about some of the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice. Today I'll focus on tightly-linked Standards 2 and 4: Reason abstractly and quantitatively and model with mathematics.
Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.