This is my sixth article on the teaching of number sense. In the previous articles, I discussed the importance of
This is part five in a six-part series on the development of number sense. In part one, I outlined the importance of developing a sense for numbers that serves as
Nearly 90% of my students have made it easier for a predator to find them on Facebook.
I just had the honor of presenting a new workshop called The Seven Noble Tasks with my colleague, Amanda Deedon. The workshop shows how we can develop character
This is part four in a six-part series on the teaching of number sense. In the previous issues we discussed the importance of number sense and
We have been exploring the idea of teaching number sense, and in a previous lesson we dealt with the first of the five building blocks, number magnitude. In this issue
In a previous post, I discussed the importance of number sense and listed the components of it:
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The development of number sense is crucial to success in mathematics as well as in our students’ lives beyond school. Though number sense is commonly taught in primary grades, its emphasis fades in later years. In fact,
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