WE ARE ALL MATHEMATICIANS!
The Department of Mathematics is so excited to share our passion and joy of mathematics. We recognize that WE ARE ALL MATHEMATICIANS and we share our gifts and talents in a variety of ways! Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions to Dr. Dawn WIlliams at email@example.com
Get Your Students Talking About Math!
It's not difficult! The following tips and resources will help take the mystery out of teaching and engaging with Math!
TOP FIVE TIPS FOR HELPING YOUR STUDENTS SUCCEED IN MATH
1. Create an organized, quiet, and well-lit space where your student can focus.
2. Make math a family affair by involving your student in the family budget, cooking together, or playing math games.
3. Encourage conversations and questions about math and search for solutions to problems together.
4. Support positive thinking by modeling a can-do attitude. Avoid comments such as, “ I am not a math person.”
5. Promote a growth mindset by praising your student for effort and persistence rather than being “right” or “smart.”
Hip Hop Dance For PreK Students
Students in K-5th grade students will experience mathematics using the iReady Classroom Mathematics. Check out this video to learn about the i-Ready Classroom Mathematics program. For more directions and to access family resources, click the iReady Classroom Mathematics packet.
Our students in 6th - Advanced Math courses will experience mathematics using the Savvas Learning Curriculum, which includes SuccessMaker for 6th - Algebra I.
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