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DEVELOPING MATHEMATICAL LITERACY

Developng_math_literacyWhat does it mean for students to be mathematically literate? What are the three Cs, and how can they help your students?

In this short guide, we highlight key concepts and resources:

    • The 'Three Cs' - Connection, Communication, and Critical Thinking.
    • OECD Program for International Student Assessments (PISA) Chart.
    • Further Resources, to help you help your students.
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EFFECTIVE PRACTICES FOR LEARNING MATHEMATICS

Effective_Practices_Guide_clearWhat are the most common traits of effective mathematics teachers? What are the best practices when it comes to teaching mathematics?

In this short eBook, we highlight key concepts and resources:

    • Creating learner and content connections
    • Encouraging engagement
    • Specific tools and links for mathematics professionals
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BUILDING A STRONG MATH PROGRAM

Strong_Math_Guide_clearAre you doing everything you can to help your students improve their test scores and increase their learning gains?

In this guide, you'll learn:

  • How to quickly pinpoint and identify student knowledge gaps
  • How to find free, quality math performance tools to help you address your students' knowledge gaps
  • How to best intervene in the classroom
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CCSSM IMPLEMENTATION FIELD GUIDE

CCSSM_Guide_coverImplementing the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) can be challenging. That's why we created this guide!

In this guide, we tackle the three greatest CCSSM implementation challenges:

    • Lack of funding
    • Increasing teacher content knowledge
    • Finding quality curriculum materials that align to the Common Core

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 Administrator Resources

ADMINISTRATOR'S GUIDE FOR IMPROVING MATH PERFORMANCE 

Admin_Guide_coverOver 50% of students entering two-year colleges and 20% enrolling in four-year institutions are being diverted into remedial math classes.

Want to build a stronger K-12 math program? This guide includes:

    • How to quickly pinpoint and identify student knowledge gaps
    • How to find free, quality math performance tools to help you address your students' knowledge gaps
    • How to best intervene in the classroom 

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THE ADMINISTRATOR'S GUIDE TO EDTECH PURCHASING

guide-edtech_2K-12 schools spend billions on edtech every year, and yet we still don't have agreed best practices around purchasing.

This guide is a step toward correcting that.

Created in partnership with Supterintendent John Carver of the Howard-Winneshiek School District in Cresco, IA, this guide covers:

    • Identifying the problem(s) you want technology to solve
    • Resources to help you identify edtech that can help
    • Evaluating, purchasing, and implementing edtech
    • Funding sources for technology and broadband

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FUTURE READY: AN INTRODUCTORY GUIDE FOR SUPERINTENDENTS

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Superindents all over the US are signing the pledge. But what is it, and why should you consider signing?

Considering signing the Future Ready pledge, but want more information? 

In this 4-page guide, we explain Future Ready, tell you why you might want to sign, and cover:

  • Funding sources for technology and broadband
  • The concrete benefits of signing
  • Brass tacks about the Future Ready pledge

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10 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK YOUR EDTECH PROVIDER

10_Questions_to_Ask_Your_EdTech_Provider

The use of edtech is growing exponentially.

Can your edtech providers answer these ten questions regarding privacy, availability and performance, and tracking/efficacy analysis? 

In this short guide, we cover crucial questions to ask your edtech provider, including:

  • Security
  • Availability and Performance
  • Tracking/Efficacy Analysis

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Cindy_Bryant

All of our math-focused guides are written by Cindy Bryant, LearnBop's Director of Learning.

Cindy is a veteran math teacher, former member of the NCTM Board of Directors, former state K–12 Math Director in Missouri, and a Presidential Awardee.

We know time is short, and so are these guides. We’ve selected only the most relevant information and tips along with resources and links to guide you in building a strong math program.