Elementary Math Education Articles for Teachers - Page 3
Teaching students how to use a protractor to measure and identify angles can be one of the most enjoyable parts of a geometry unit. The protractor is a unique manipulative tool that students feel good about mastering. If you don't have a set of protractors in your room, send an email to your coll...
I've always loved teaching geometry! It's a strand of math that allows students to use different types of mathematical thinking, and gives them a break from the number crunching calculations that are heavily emphasized in other strands. Geometry is more "visual", and gives students a chance...
One of the most common complaints I hear from other teachers is, “Many of my students still don’t know their basic facts.” It can be exasperating to see a fourth grader still counting on his/her fingers when trying to add two numbers together – let alone multiply or divide. Let’s face it, learn...
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