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During School Closures, We Can Help
Posted on Mar 19, 2020
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Tags
  • Distance Learning
  • Literacy
  • Math
  • Remote Learning
During School Closures, We Can Help

To help you make the most of time away from the classroom, we have created a special page where you can download activities, use trial versions of resources, and find a vast library of authoritative content, including webinars, blogs, and podcasts—all of which can be accessed for free, at any time.

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A Race Against Time: Making the Most of Every Minute in Math Class
Posted on Apr 4, 2019
  • Voyager Sopris Learning
Tags
  • Math
  • Math Intervention
A Race Against Time: Making the Most of Every Minute in Math Class

For classroom teachers, time is the most precious resource. Every choice we make is an opportunity cost. If we spend five minutes reviewing homework, then we didn’t spend five minutes teaching new content. This blog will review strategies to help maximize instructional time. Although these ideas could be used across subjects, I’m specifically using math examples.

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What Do You Mean Teach WRITING During MATH?
Posted on Nov 8, 2018
  • Jenny Hamilton
Tags
  • Literacy
  • Math
  • Step Up to Writing
  • Writing
What Do You Mean Teach WRITING During MATH?

When planning math instruction, writing activities probably do not come to mind; but, research tells us they should.

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What if All Students Were Proficient in Mathematics?
Posted on Nov 1, 2018
  • John Woodward
Tags
  • Algebra
  • Math
  • Math Intervention
What if All Students Were Proficient in Mathematics?

There is a common tendency today to link higher math standards for our students with the kind of achievement we see in other countries. A complementary thread is to link high standards in math to the broad trends in our ever-changing, information economy. By implication, we need to ensure all students are proficient in this discipline.

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Improving Math Instruction: Making the Complex Understandable for Teachers and Students
Posted on May 3, 2018
  • John Woodward
Tags
  • Math
  • Professional Development
Improving Math Instruction: Making the Complex Understandable for Teachers and Students

The need has never been greater for well-designed mathematics instruction that promotes confidence in teachers and guides students to success.

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The Confidence Factor in Learning Math
Posted on Apr 5, 2018
  • Mary Stroh
Tags
  • Math
  • Math Intervention
  • Struggling Students
The Confidence Factor in Learning Math

In the early days of research as a co-author of Voyager Sopris Learning’s TransMath, I spent a lot of time observing struggling math students in the classroom. I soon discovered these students had much more than a deficit in math content knowledge. They also had lost all confidence in their ability to learn math.

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