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## Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention #4: Using Programs Not Well Designed for Intervention

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth in a series on Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention by guest blogger Jeff Hartman. Mistake 4: Using a Program Not Well Designed for Math Intervention Precision matters. The math software market is saturated … Continue reading

## Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention #3: Using Teachers as Data Clerks

Editor’s Note: This is the third in guest blogger Jeff Hartman’s series on Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention. Mistake 3: Using Teachers as Data Clerks Data is a necessary pillar of intervention, but when the need to document progress … Continue reading

## Common Mistakes in Math Intervention 2: Not Differentiating Enough

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of posts from guest blogger Jeff Hartman on the Common Mistakes made in Math Intervention Mistake #2: Not Differentiating Enough In an effort to deal with classes that have many students … Continue reading

## Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention

This is the first in a series of five posts on Common Mistakes Made in Math Intervention by Guest blogger Jeff Hartman Mistake 1:  Starting at the Top A student who has major skill gaps from previous years is unlikely … Continue reading

## Valentine’s Day Math

Share these fund math problems with your students 1. Sweethearts candy hearts have been a popular Valentine’s Day treat for more than 100 years. NECCO, the maker of Sweethearts produces about 100,000 pounds of the candy hearts every day in … Continue reading

## Super Bowl Math

Share these fun Super Bowl math problems with your students! 1.  A Super Bowl ring costs \$10,000. There are 53 players on a winning team.  How much will it cost to give them all Super Bowl rings? 2. The Panthers … Continue reading

## Can you solve the Bridge Riddle?

Check out this  great logic puzzle from TedEd.  Try to figure it out as a class or just by yourself. http://ed.ted.com/lessons/can-you-solve-the-bridge-riddle-alex-gendler

## The Unique Study Path to Math Success

No two students are exactly alike. In a perfect world, we would treat each as an individual, but it’s not a perfect world. Most often, one teacher must guide twenty or more young people to find the path to success … Continue reading