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Kelley Buchheister, Christa Jackson, and Cynthia Taylor

A kindergarten teacher uses Gutièrrez's Four Dimensions of Equity to design and facilitate geometry instruction.

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Donald N. Sarazen

The implementation of CCSSM helped this teacher think about how to use different representations to help fourth-grade students increase their conceptual understanding of fractions.

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Jessica F. Shumway, Jody Clarke-Midura, Victor R. Lee, Megan M. Hamilton, and Chloe Baczuk

Claims are made that learning to code can enhance problem-solving skills and develop early computational thinking. This team observed how young children used their early mathematical skills while learning coding fundamentals. Contributors to the iSTEM department share ideas and activities that stimulate student interest in the integrated fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in K–grade 6 classrooms.

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Tutita M. Casa

This instructional tool helps students engage in discussions that foster student reasoning, then settle on correct mathematics.

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Michael Todd Edwards and Suzanne R. Harper

Use photo editing software as a teaching tool to bring inaccessible polygon definitions within reach of your students' understanding.

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Johnnie B. Wilson

It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that teaching mathematics should greatly differ from teaching language arts. The subjects are usually scheduled separately in the school day. Classroom teachers at Munich International School in Starnberg, Bavaria, Germany, did not pay much attention to what language means to learning and teaching mathematics—until their geometry students offered language surprises that reminded their teachers how important language is.

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Christina Fonstad and Lynn McGarvey

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Lyn D. English, Steve Humble, and Victoria E. Barnes

You, too, can design and implement math trails to promote active, meaningful, real-world mathematical learning beyond your classroom walls.

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Kathy A. Bacon

Presented with a variety of palatable, inquiry-based, creative learning choices in geometry, this teacher and her fifth graders found tremendous satisfaction in meeting target goals for reasoning skills and taking important “next steps” in learning.

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Amy Noelle Parks and Diana Chang Blom

Capitalize on opportunities for mathematical concepts to emerge in common preschool contexts, such as doll corners and block centers.