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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

## Dr. Brian Scott Writes Foreward to Which Math Skills Are Students Missing

FOREWARD Wouldn’t it be great if all math students in a classroom came with the same experiences and same motivation to learn? It’s a nice thought, but the reality is that there is a wide range of skills and readiness … Continue reading

## TedEd asks, “Was math discovered or invented?”

This is a fascinating video posted by Ted Ed and fun to watch. Whether discovered or invented, real or theoretical ideal, helping students to understand and appreciate mathematics is critical to our future. Thank you to all math educators. Here’s … Continue reading