SDE, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Mistakes in the Math Classroom: Bring ‘em On!

    Each time your students gather for math time, you probably have the same goals—to motivate them, teach them how to find the “right” answer, and (hopefully) prepare them to earn a good grade or test score. What you don’t plan … Continue reading →

  • The Fiction-Driven Classroom… Guilty as Charged? Creating Successful Nonfiction Writers

    One of those things teachers have to think about today—that maybe they didn’t so much before—is the difference between fiction and nonfiction. Unless you’re a teacher and responsible for meeting the standards, you might think “It’s all reading, so it’s … Continue reading →

  • Fractions and Division—Keeping It Real

    Surely, in your teaching of fractions and division, you’ve had kids wonder (if not say out loud) –When in the world will we ever have to divide fractions?  Don’t feel bad if you were caught off guard and found yourself … Continue reading →

  • 8 Mathematical Practices: Not a Mile Wide, But a Mile Deep

    We ran across a disturbing article. It described a study a few years ago that followed thousands of undergraduates for four years. It found that large numbers of these students did not know how to think critically or reason—two higher-order … Continue reading →

  • 8 Mathematical Practices and the Two Words Teachers Love to Hear from Students

    Young children in the early years love to explore, discover, work together, and make connections in their classrooms. If they succeed at learning and it’s fun, they want to learn more. It’s during these years, specifically K–2, that they form … Continue reading →

SDE, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

SDE, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Youtube Video

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Keeping It Real! Seminar featuring Cynthia "Mama J" Johnson, Ed.D.

    Poverty, diversity, equity, excellence... these can pose unique challenges (and ultimately big rewards!) in effectively reaching, teaching, leading, and succeeding. Attend this seminar and discover best practices for empowering and engaging diverse student populations, building relationships, supporting social and emotional learning, transforming trauma-sensitive environments, and partnering with ...

SDE, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Building Literacy Skills: If You Don’t, Who Will?

    Do you have students in grades 6–12 who rarely read for fun? Don’t feel bad. You’re not alone. According to the nonprofit Common Sense Media, there has been a clear decline over time in the number of students who do. … Continue reading →

  • Eliminating Fraction Frustration

    The concept of fractions is one of a student’s earliest experiences with math beyond the basic skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. And what an important experience it is! Fractions are the building blocks for all other math skills. … Continue reading →

  • Teacher, I Have to Get a Wiggle On!

    There’s one (or more) in every classroom. The child who doesn’t pay attention, is disorganized, can’t stop fidgeting no many how times you tell her, is forgetful, has to touch or bump into other students, talks too much, and disrupts … Continue reading →

SDE, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Youtube Video

Generated 5 months ago

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