It is that time of the year when we start to feel overwhelmed by the school year. It’s even more frustrating because we still aren’t consistent in teaching – some of us are remote, others are face to face, and some of us are hybrid. There is one thing we
Having a flipped classroom can be challenging if students aren’t watching your math model. Here is the secret so they pay attention!
Teaching math remotely is no easy feat, let alone engaging your students. When you gamify math it takes student engagement to a whole new level! In this post, I am going to share with you three games to engage students virtually in math! 1: Pixel Art I wrote a whole
Math fact fluency has come a long way from timed tests. Use this activity to engage students in practicing their skills!
If you have a flipped math class then you will definitely want to read about these tools to help you on the backend of creating lessons.
TeacherMade is the tool you didn’t know you needed in your math class. This post talks about how and when to use it.
Nearpod can be quite overwhelming. This post breaks down the 20 Nearpod features and when to use them in your math classroom.
Teach students how to use Google apps in these five simple steps. You will be thanking yourself later when they are working independently!