Math: All News

Posted on: 04/02/2017
Mathematizing ESOL I Many ESOL teachers are realizing the need to integrate math along with English language acquisition. To help ESOL teachers deepen their own conceptual understanding of this topic along with teacher strategies for foundation math topics, the SABES PD Center for Mathematics and...
Posted on: 04/02/2017
Aside from resources we find and share with you, our Center also develops its own resources. Here are a few of our latest: Video: We developed the Building a Curriculum video based on questions from the field and our own observations, we developed this short video on developing curriculum. We hope...
Posted on: 04/02/2017
Is there a math workshop you’d like to see in your region? Maybe you weren’t able to attend the math session at the fall CCR Standards conference, or a specific training hasn’t been offered recently in a location accessible for your staff. Or perhaps you need support as you move forward with your...
Posted on: 02/02/2017
Is there a math training you’d like to see in your region? Maybe you weren’t able to attend the math session at the fall CCR conference, or a specific training hasn’t been offered recently in a location accessible for your staff. Or perhaps you need support as you move forward with your curriculum...
Posted on: 02/02/2017
Questioning Techniques in the Math Classroom Sometimes all it takes to change a teacher's style is to change the type of questions she asks. This four-session, self-paced, moderated online course was designed to help teachers become more aware of the types of questions they typically use. It...
Posted on: 02/02/2017
Many students lack a solid basic understanding of the core foundation for all math, and so teachers too often need to begin their instruction with these core foundation skills, no matter what their class level is called. As we have shared in the past, the SABES PD Center for Mathematics and Adult...
Posted on: 12/08/2016
Do you ever wonder what’s going on in your students’ minds as they do math? Are you puzzled by some of the persistent errors in their work? This winter, our new online mini-course Analyzing Student Work to Inform Math Instruction shows teachers how to dispel the mystery by using the DEN analysis...
Posted on: 11/02/2016
New Resources Check out the latest resources developed by our team! We shared these resources at the ACLS Fall Curriculum Conference, but for those of you who couldn’t attend, we want to be sure you have access to them. First off, Melissa Braaten has developed an exemplary unit on benchmark...
Posted on: 09/21/2016
The SABES PD Center for Mathematics and Adult Numeracy is conducting a brief survey to learn more about the schedule and type of PD that best suits you and/or the staff at your program. Feedback from teachers, directors, and other staff is welcome! Thank you!
Posted on: 08/30/2016
The Adult Numeracy Blog is back! Melissa Braaten kicks off the school year for us with a piece on the versatility of number lines. Tune in each month for new posts full of practical classroom ideas and interesting research on how math is learned and taught.