Resources and Tools for Elementary Math Specialists and Teachers

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K-12 educational resources from MPT

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Math Forum Link

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link to the home page of the Math Forum at Drexel

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ISTE 2012 Presentation Outline

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Outline of the presentation for Betsy and Pat at ISTE Conference

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ML Screenshots

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These are screenshots of ML pages for use when we have no internet connection for a presentation.

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ISTE - ML Intro Slides

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These are the opening slides for the introduction of our ISTE presentation.

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Math Learning Disabilities

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Why Children Have Difficulties Mastering the Basic Number Combinations and How to Help Them

The author of this article from the NCTM journal Teaching Children Mathematics, contrasts two viewpoints on how children learn basic addition and subtraction facts: the conventional wisdom view and the number sense view. He explains why many students struggle to master basic skills, and what teachers can do to prevent or overcome these difficulties.

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Learning Strategies for Addition and Subtraction Facts: The Road to Fluency and the License to Think

This article, from the NCTM journal Teaching Children Mathematics, discusses the impact of a teacher’s number sense approach to addition and subtraction facts, instead of rote memorization. The author describes the addition strategies that her second grade students used and the mini-units she used to teach each strategy.

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