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By: Sunil Tanna | Reference & Education

The game of bingo is familiar one for most adults. Most of us know how to play bingo - and that could be simply as a result of watching others play, or perhaps because we have played the game ourselves. What many people do not know however is that versions of bingo are now used by many teachers in their classrooms. read more

By: Wanda McDowell | K-12 Education

Writing in math is essential in helping students vocalize key math concepts and connecting them to real life. As a teacher, we sometimes get so caught up with teaching our students the basics (adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing) that we forget about accessing the students ability to explore math concepts through writing. read more

By: Sunil Tanna | Reference & Education

Math teachers are always on the look out for ideas to make their subject more approachable and enjoyable for students. One such idea that many teachers have used with success is math bingo. This offers a interesting way for students to practice different types of mathematical problems, while having a little fun a long the way. What is more, it is not expensive, does not require specialist materials, and is flexible enough to be adapted to teaching a wide variety of different mathematical topics, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, rounding, fractions and decimals. read more

By: Gregg | Small Business

This visual instructional math software developed by MIND Institute eliminates the language barriers providing access to every teacher to reach every math student. This latest math tutor is a powerful tool that enables tapping the visual reasoning ability of learners. The innovative techniques involved encourage multi step approach to problem solving, making this software the most effective math tutor available till date. read more

By: Justine Clark | Parenting

There are many books to help with this but, most importantly is that you understand that YOU ARE A TEACHER!! You have to believe it before trying to make someone else believe it. read more

By: Leslie Crendall | Reference & Education

Are you worried about your child who is in school? There are various things which might be the reason for this worry. One of the major reasons is their study. There are lots of students who are unable to bring good grades just because they do not get proper guidance. read more

By: Ashley Gilley | Homeschooling

About 10 years ago, a new math curriculum took the homeschool community by storm. Singapore Math, an exotic alternative to traditional math instruction, was touted as the ultimate math curriculum. After all, Asia was consistently trouncing the United States in Math scores, and Singapore Math was the curriculum they were using. Whatever they were doing was working, and it was working very well. read more

By: Fernando Camberos | Reference & Education

Oh Math, how you put our students through a whirlwind adventure and make enemies out of kids that should be dear friends! Out of all the learning material that has been ill conceived and badly taught by teachers and schools, Math is what has been farthest removed from its natural roots. read more

By: Ned D'Agostino | Reference & Education

Most instructors will tell you that teaching math is probably the most difficult part of their job. Here are a few tips to make it easier on both the teacher and the students. read more

By: Scott Mansfield | College

Praxis test is the entrance you must pass to take the teacher licensure. It includes the Praxis Math exam, which requires a passing mark for all the 3 tests. Here are some tips for you to be free with your Praxis test. read more

By: Dr. Dennis Regling | Art

Get Your Students Excited About Math. Math scores are down nationwide. An exciting school show can get students excited about math while teaching and reinforcing math concepts. read more

By: Gregg | Innovation

The recent breakthrough of MIND Research Institute, visual instructional math education software eliminates all the barriers of language thus enabling every teacher reach every math student. This powerful new tool, a product of extensive math research has come out to be the best math tutor that enables banking upon the tremendous visual reasoning ability of children thus revolutionizing math education. read more

By: Thomas Roos | Reference & Education

As a veteran middle school teacher, I have seen too many students come into middle school without the elementary school basics of knowing multiplication tables, basic division, and operations involving decimals as well as those involving fractions. It is essential that students have their "times tables" down to the point that if a student were awakened from a sound sleep and asked "What is 7 x 12?" the immediate answer would be "84." read more

By: Robert Clemente | Parenting

Are you planning to teach your baby math, right? Let’s start with math books. You will see your child is more and more interested in learning knowledge day after day. This is my experience in teaching my kids. How should you use these books to teach them? Here, you will find out the answer. read more

By: Robert Clemente | Parenting

Are you wondered about the ways to teach math to your baby? You want to find a way that will make them smarter, right? Many people think that flash cards are the things which they need. However, are they really useful for your baby? You can find out the answer in this article. read more

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