Do you have a student who's tried just about everything to get those math facts memorized and nothing seems to work? We're here to share with you an

## Math…In the Mail?

## Math…In the Mail?

The Global Family Research Project recently highlighted a new initiative in Michigan to get kids and parents learning math together by sending them

## 6 Reasons Why We Learn Algebra

## 6 Reasons Why We Learn Algebra

When a student says they’re studying algebra, a common reply from adults is, “I haven’t used that since I graduated from high school.” Responses like

## Family Engagement Matters in Early Math Learning

## Family Engagement Matters in Early Math Learning

A recent e-newsletter from the Harvard Family Research Project highlighted family engagement in early math learning. In the introduction, the

## The Importance of Sequence and an Individualized Pace in Teaching Math

## The Importance of Sequence and an Individualized Pace in Teaching Math

Teaching math in sequence is just as important as teaching someone how to drive by showing them one step at a time. Sequence is Important Imagine if

## The Reason for Math

## The Reason for Math

One of the greatest inhibitors for students in learning math is that it seems impractical and unnecessary to them and thus they lack motivation to

## Welcome To The Real World: Math in Action

## Welcome To The Real World: Math in Action

Be aware of the ways that math springs up naturally in day-to-day activities and seize the opportunities to show math in action in the real