Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning.

Encouraging Student Self-Reflection

Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning. Ask each student to choose one and write it on an exit slip.

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Data is a powerful tool, but only if used in the right way.

Using Data to Plan Effective Math Remediation

Math Coach's Corner Math Games with a Pair of Dice

Math Games with a Pair of Dice

Math Strategy Instruction: Asking Ourselves Better Questions ~ Interesting! (Free ideas.)

Math Strategy Instruction: Asking Ourselves Better Questions ~ Interesting!) This is a great resource for a math teacher to reflect on to ensure they are focusing on the concepts and not just the procedure.

Math Coachs Corner: Using Math Stretches for a Daily Warm-Up. Just like athletes warm up before a strenuous workout, mathematicians need to have a warm-up to get their brains focused on math.

Using Math Stretches for a Daily Warm-Up

Math Coachs Corner: Using Math Stretches for a Daily Warm-Up. Sammons (Guided Math) explains that just like athletes warm up before a strenuous workout, mathematicians need to have a warm-up to get their brains focused on math.

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