Ideas, posters and strategies to incorporate the Common Core standards for mathematical practice in your math class. Improve math instruction with ideas to…
Congruence vs. Equal Statements
As a geometry teacher, this pet peeve. I'd be grading and see students mixing up their usage of congruent and equal in lines of a proof. Since I make kids write out separate lines for each step, including converting from a statement of congruence over to an equation with the measures, missing this was really messing up their scores, along with driving me crazy. Here's a post about how I taught this skill and solved the problem!
Depth of Knowledge Matrix – 7th Grade - Robert Kaplinsky
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Adding and Subtracting Integers Stations
Check out these free adding and subtracting integers math stations. Your 7th grade math students will practice integers on number lines will make sense of the integer rules. This fun activity is better than any worksheet and is aligned to the common core standards. Your middle school math students will love this product. Click here to download yours now. #makesenseofmath #integers
Integer and Rational Numbers Operations Partner Activity
This set of partner activities are a great way to practice integer and rational number operations. 5 sets of self-checking partner activities will give you students lots of chances to practice, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of integers and positive and negative numbers. #middleschoolmath #wilcoxsway #integers
Jo Boaler Suggests These Awesome Visual Math Activities — Mashup Math
Jo Boaler has started a math revolution that has likely already made its way into your classroom. The Stanford Professor of Mathematics and author of Mathematical Mindsets is the co-founder of YouCubed.org, an organization dedicated to inspiring, educating, and empowering math teachers with
How to Engage Your Students With 3-Act Math Tasks
3-Act Math Tasks are some of the most powerful learning experiences I've used in my middle school classroom. Learn about the research behind these effective teaching practices, and grab some incredible ready-to-go lessons for every grade level, primary to high school! #math #mathteacher #mathclass #3actmath #teaching
Finding Patterns to Make Predictions | PBS LearningMedia
Make predictions then explore the patterns found in everyday objects like stairs. This interactive exercise focuses on developing an equation to represent a mathematical rule and working with virtual manipulatives to visualize a concept, taking math out of the classroom and into the real world. This resource is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School collection.