For students, as well as the general populous, math and economics are often intangibly linked. However, sometimes the connection between the two disciplines is…
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A love of learning begins with a seed planted early on. We teachers of young elementary students ought to plant that seed…

As educators, many of us are aware that some students will enter the classroom loathing mathematics. Although studying calculus and Maslow’s hierarchy…

Mathematical reasoning is essential to bridging the gap between basic skills and higherorder thinking. In fact, research has shown that students who…

The study of mathematics requires an approach unlike the methods used in the study of most other subjects. Interestingly enough, many students…

The new Common Core standards for math may seem daunting at first glance, but with a shift in perspective and a familiar…

Teaching students how to deal with anger, and coping with their peers, isn’t often in the typical curriculum, but it is one…

The algorithm for multiplying fractions is easy, especially if you’ve already covered adding and subtracting fractions, which presumably has exposed your kids…