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The Math Learning Center Blog

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In this series of blog posts, we highlight educators in the field who are using remote learning resources intentionally to build classroom community, collaboration, and student sense-making. In a recent post, Ed Tech Specialist Tod Johnston discusses how educators can leverage digital tools to position students as active partners in their learning. Digital tools are a necessity during this time of...
In this series of blog posts, we highlight educators in the field who are using remote learning resources intentionally to build classroom community, collaboration, and student sense-making. This year, Bridges educators are adapting instruction to unique situations and varied circumstances. While some Bridges educators are teaching in person (with safety protocols in place) or 100% remotely, many...
This week, registration opened for MLC’s January grade-level support webinars. As with past webinars in this series, our curriculum consultants and teachers in residence will explore resources and offer guidance for how they may be used to support students in synchronous and asynchronous settings. January’s webinars will focus on unpacking the mathematics in the upcoming unit, examining...
In this series of blog posts, we highlight educators in the field who are using remote learning resources intentionally to build classroom community, collaboration, and student sense-making. Bridges educators strive to develop safe learning environments that foster inclusivity and collaboration. This environment creates a space for students to develop a sense of belonging and engage in learning...
Embedded below are the replays for the Unit 3 (Part B) grade-level webinars, which continued exploring the unit content, corresponding Tech-Enhanced Activities, Math at Home resources and Digital Work Places. As with the Unit 2 webinar and Unit 3 (Part A) replays , we’re including the replays for each grade level below on a single page to facilitate sharing with your peers. Since we cover...
Editor's note: In this series of blog posts, we highlight educators in the field who are using remote learning resources intentionally to build classroom community, collaboration, and student sense-making. Educators share with us that one of the aspects of the Bridges classroom they miss the most this year is their turn-and-talk routine. Teachers wish they could hear the voices of their students...
UPDATE (11/30/20): Unit 3 Part B webinar replays are available here. *********** UPDATE (10/29/20): Grade 4 and Grade 5 replays have been added below. *********** Last week, we began the Unit 3 grade-level webinars, which introduced the unit, corresponding Tech-Enhanced Activities, Math at Home resources and Digital Work Places. We also fielded questions from Bridges teachers. As with the Unit 2...
On Friday, November 13, The Math Learning Center will be offering an open enrollment remote Bridges Intervention workshop. This one-day workshop offers guidance for an effective implementation of Bridges Intervention. Participants will discuss best practices, placement assessments, progress monitoring, and more. The workshop will begin at 7:30 am Pacific Time and is intended primarily for...
In a remote environment, how can Bridges educators provide appropriate scaffolds and be responsive to student thinking? Sharing MLC apps with students can be a powerful approach, particularly when working with students in an asynchronous setting. What does it mean to share with an MLC app? Put simply, Bridges educators can build a “saved state” task that they share with their students by way of an...
UPDATE (10/1/20): Grade 4 and Grade 5 replays have been added below. *********** Grade-level webinars began last week when we took a deep dive into Bridges in Mathematics Unit 2 for Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, and Grade 5. For your convenience and to facilitate sharing with your peers, we’ve included the replays for each of those grade levels below. Since we cover resources...