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Not long ago, Dr. Brian Scott of Avon Intermediate School spoke to a group of educators from across the country at a special luncheon coinciding with the NCTM Regional Conference in Indianapolis. Dr. Scott explained why Ascend Math has made … Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving! Share these fun math problems with your students. 1. The average American eats 16 pounds of turkey each year. How much turkey will be eaten this year by the entire town of Turkey, North Carolina (population 292)? 2. … Continue reading
This is American Education Week celebrated in this country since 1921. We are proud to be among those who support educators every day. Enjoy this week. You deserve it. To help you make the most of it here are few … Continue reading
Amy Boyd accepted the 2014 Ascend Math Gold Medal on behalf of Holabird STEM program at a ceremony that took place during the NCTM Regional Conference in Richmond, VA. Thirty two attendees listened as she described the challenges faced and the strategies … Continue reading
WHAT ATTENDEES ARE SAYING Lillian H. posted an update Love @LearnZillion 3Hs: Headache, Heartache & Humans. @News_O_Matic’s approach: helping solve engagement! #NatEdWeek 2 Likes | 1 Comment See Activity Jeff P. posted an update We started off the Thought … Continue reading
National Education Week begins next week. I will be in attendance at the National Education Week Thought Leader Summit in Washington DC. The Thought Leader Summit is a gathering of the leaders from education, business and government who define and … Continue reading
1. The world’s largest pumpkin weighs 2,032 pounds, that’s more than a ton. The average weight of a pumpkin is about 12 pounds. How many average pumpkins equal the weight of the world’s record? http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/records-1/heaviest-pumpkin/ 2. Punkin Chunkin is an … Continue reading
This is the third video in our series honoring Irlen Syndrome Awareness Week. At last year’s CAMT conference Marge Harris shared strategies she has successfully used to help math intervention students with Irlen Syndrome.
This is the second in our series of posts on math intervention students with Irlen Syndrome. In this video clip Marge Harris, Irlen screener and Math Interventionist, explains how to tell which math students may be affected by Irlen Syndrome.