Teacher Tips: How to Keep Students Engaged in a Remote Learning Environment
It’s hard to believe that the back-to-school season is already here! We’ve created a cheat sheet of suggestions, ideas, and tips on how to keep your students engaged during remote … Read more
Problem Solving with Bar Models
Christopher Coyne National Education Consultant email@example.com I recently came across a quote by the English writer and philosopher G.K. Chesterton: “It isn’t that they can’t see the solution. It’s that … Read more
Back to School with Singapore Math® – Let Today Be the Start of Something New!
There are many places of employment that promise a new start with New Year’s Day or the start of a new fiscal year but more often than not that new … Read more
How and Why to Facilitate Differentiation in Your Math Classroom
Christopher Coyne National Education Consultant firstname.lastname@example.org There is much written about differentiation in the math classroom. But at the core of it all, there seems to be a central idea: … Read more
Smart Students + Smart Schools = Smart Nation
Should U.S. students live in a Smart Nation? Currently, Singapore is on their way to becoming the first nation in the world to be a “Smart Nation”. Singapore likes to … Read more
Is There Time to Teach Innovation in Math Class?
I suppose the precursor question should be “Should we teach students how to be innovators?” In a recent edition of “Today”, one of Singapore’s most widely read newspapers, there was … Read more