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Tweet Today I am joining some great math teacher bloggers to bring you a new series of blog hops: Fly on the Math Teacher's Wall. These blog posts will be all about SQUASHING teacher, student and parent misconceptions. They will give you a look inside math teachers classrooms and help you find new ideas and understandings across the grade levels. Today we are talking about place value. Today I want to talk about decimals. I feel like teachers have gotten pretty good at using manipulatives…

I know from personal experience how hair-raising teaching metric conversions can get! It is not a topic that is easy to model other than on paper.

There is something about sorting coins that is just waaaay too much fun for me! I remember sorting and rolling coins as a kid to earn some extra money. My parents figured if I was patient enough to roll the change, then I deserved the money! Ha! Looking back, it was a genius idea…it keptcontinue reading...

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Need creative ways to teach division? This post has tons of ideas to use to help make teaching division easier and more interesting!

So many fun things are happening this week in schools across America. In my class, we'll be doing lots of reading rhyming books by a Dr. who cannot be mentioned due to trademark laws and a bunch of other technical stuff. If you follow me on Instagram @extraspecialteaching you'll be able to check out these awesome t-shirts my team will wear on Wednesday and some other fun stuff my class will be doing. A few years ago, I came across this poem somewhere and spruced it up some. It cracks me up…

Response to Intervention (RTI) Made Easy - could be great to help keep track of data and display it. Need to keep in mind when I start my practicum could be a great tool. Found on Pintrest

Browse over 10 educational resources created by Math for Middles in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

What is math response to invention (RTI)? RTI is an intervention strategy in which interventions are arranged in tiers. Although it is commonly used for improving reading ability, it can also be used to increase student performance in math. Tier 1 is whole class intervention. Tier 2 involves intervention for students that need even more assistance with grasping an idea. Tier 3 is for students that need more intensive practice. Progress monitoring is done on a regular basis to assess student…

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I'm Sherrie a 7th Grade Math Teacher Extraordinaire.

I've been working on a few things for Behavior Management so I thought I'd join the party! Check out The Lesson Plan Diva to see others who...