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    Use Schema to solve math word problems. Key words aren’t enough!

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    Dec 12, 2018 22:12:21

    A math progress monitoring website– very powerful, but not free to use.

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    Nov 28, 2018 20:11:53

    Free, open educational resources for students and their teachers in the middle school grades.

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    How can you make the CCSS and language-heavy math standards accessible to children with disabilities or to English Language Learners?

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    Nov 28, 2018 20:11:33

    Lessons, tasks, and ideas for teaching math provided by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

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    Nov 28, 2018 20:11:52

    Virtual manipulatives for use in teaching algebra.

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    Nov 28, 2018 20:11:54

    Math units and activities designed for learners in all grades.

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    Nov 28, 2018 20:11:16

    Teaching mathematics to students with disabilities.

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    How are you students doing with hearing the sounds in speech? Here are some assessments to find out more.

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    Oct 30, 2018 20:10:14

    What’s holding your student back in math? Find out!

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    Assessing a student’s composition is difficult. How about a checklist or rubric to work from?

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    How are you students doing with hearing the sounds in speech? Here is are some assessments to find out more.

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    Oct 30, 2018 19:10:44

    The Core Phonics Survey will help you understand what is inhibiting your students’ reading growth.

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    Oct 25, 2018 18:10:31

    A goal bank you may like

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    Oct 24, 2018 22:10:00

    This is from the great, free source “Illustrative Mathematics.”
    This activity is designed for pairs of students. They will require a set of cards (which are supplied as an attached resource, after the commentary). The goal is to compare the two fractions appearing on each card, determine if they are equivalent and, if not, which is larger.…[Read more]

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    Sep 17, 2018 19:09:15

    Use these sheets to collect prompt level data from your task analyses. Available in doc and pdf form. You’ll also find an example form filled out for your reference.

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    Sep 12, 2018 20:09:08

    Teaching decoding to secondary students is difficult; Project Read makes it easier.

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    This is a video about using VSM for reading.

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    Sep 05, 2018 20:09:22

    What is a diphthong, anyway? Terms typically used in phonics are described here.

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    American Speech and Hearing Association has created this chart to help you figure out when children should be able to produce various phonemes.

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