School has begun, but it looks like ALL of your math progress has been lost! Is it “summer brain,” or are there some things that need to be readdressed? Join our team as we discuss the differences between “temporarily lost files” and foundational understanding gaps that need more attention.
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When you have to prepare to teach something to someone else, you store the information differently. Don’t let your student go past the practice pages without doing a teach-back with you.
This is a great informational blog post about how and when to take a math break.
Great blog post from Sue about the importance of mistakes.
There is an amazing series of books called Verbal Math Lessons by Michael Levin that I utilize for mental math.
The Epsilon level of Math-U-See (fractions) are so critical for Algebra 1 readiness. If you remind students of the formula every single time, they get in the habit of asking for it, so they don’t really remember it.
Set your student up for success by creating a positive environment for them.
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