# Reviewing Math Skills with “Math Race”

Download this game here and file it away for later FREE Before a major test, it’s important for students to review the concepts they’ve been working on for weeks. The work they’ve put into classwork, […]

Download this game here and file it away for later FREE Before a major test, it’s important for students to review the concepts they’ve been working on for weeks. The work they’ve put into classwork, […]

When I had the 5 dice game to the point of beta testing, my first app that I created. To see how user friendly my new app was, I had to find a somewhat technologically illiterate guinea pig so I asked my father to play the game.

Once he got the hang of how to play the game, I decided to connect another device using Bluetooth/Wifi and performed some one on one testing by having my 8 year old play the game against my dad.

Mathematics Autobiographies Combining literacy and math is important for all ages. A good mathematician needs to be able to read well to solve word problems and to know how to find the clues in words. […]

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How Students can Remember Diameter and Radius Students have a hard time remembering which line is the diameter in a circle, and which is the radius. Show them this memory trick: when written alongside each […]

Educational assessments are typically performed in pencil and paper format or by means of computer-based testing programs. However, as more schools are introducing use of electronic tablets, such as iPads or android devices, to their […]

Strategies for Teaching Math to Students with Disabilities Guest Article By Karin Gambaro Teaching math to students with learning disabilities presents a certain challenge to teachers and parents alike. Students who have learning deficits may […]

I’m going to use my first math app that I developed, 5 Dice: Order of Operations Game (which is free), as an example but I think any app could be introduced in this way. Education is constantly evolving. […]

The classroom with the teacher in front, rows of desks, and pencil, paper and textbooks is a thing of the past. By, Melanie Kross Teacher and Guest Writer It is no secret that our country […]

How to “Spice Up” the Concept of Order of Operations 5 Dice-Sample Lesson Guest Post By: Melanie Kross – K12 Educator It is well known among educators today that the most effective way to increase […]