What is Data Literacy? “Data literacy” is a buzzword in contemporary education, and refers to our ability to use numbers (particularly statistics)

## Using the Olympics to Study Math [Printable]

## Using the Olympics to Study Math [Printable]

The long-awaited summer Olympics have arrived, and the whole world is eager to cheer on these elite athletes. And as an educator, we’re sure you’re

## How to Relate to Your Student When Teaching Math

## How to Relate to Your Student When Teaching Math

When I was teaching for our Algebra 2 videos, I found myself regularly harking back to concepts that had been presented in the Alpha through Zeta

## In the World of Sports Analytics, the Math Nerds Prevail

## In the World of Sports Analytics, the Math Nerds Prevail

Did you know that mathematicians are increasingly useful for the professional sports industry? If your student loves sports, and in particular, if

## Fake News? Why The Median Matters

## Fake News? Why The Median Matters

Pop quiz! What’s the difference between the mean and the median in a data set? You probably learned this long ago while learning percentages and

## 4 Reasons Why Learning Multiplication Facts Matter

## 4 Reasons Why Learning Multiplication Facts Matter

As students are learning multiplication facts, many parents have likely heard the phrases “Why do I need to know this, I’ll just use a calculator” or

## 3 Stories of Turning Math Struggles into Math Success

## 3 Stories of Turning Math Struggles into Math Success

Our customer success team genuinely cares about the families we serve. Today we’d like to share three brief stories of how our customer success team

## 5 Math Conversations We Are Having This Time of Year

## 5 Math Conversations We Are Having This Time of Year

As we enter December, you may be evaluating your academic experience thus far this year. Here are some of the conversations we are having with parents

## Beware of the Myth of “Being Behind” in Math

## Beware of the Myth of “Being Behind” in Math

The most common myth that I am regularly addressing at conferences, on the phone, and in emails, is the concern that a student is behind. I often