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The Math Learning Center Blog

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Most of us can recall one or more favorite teachers from school. I encountered my three favorite teachers well along in my educational path. All of them were at one time professors at the University of Oregon, which may or may not have something to do with my love for the Oregon Ducks. Dr. Robert Sylwester was a professor of education, an author, and was widely known for his study of brain...
Dan Raguse, Past MLC Executive Director
Elementary mathematics specialists work as teachers, teacher leaders, or coaches and support effective mathematics instruction and student learning at the classroom, school, district, or state levels. The purpose of this scholarship program is to provide support to teachers in their development as elementary mathematics specialists. Winners receive $1,000 to enhance their knowledge, teaching, and...
Rick Ludeman, Chief Executive Officer
Number Corner is a skill-building program that revolves around the classroom calendar. The program features short daily workouts that introduce, reinforce, and extend skills and concepts related to the critical areas of study at each grade level. Click image to view larger. For grade level specific content outlines, including scope and sequence and correlations to the CCSS and TEKS, please visit...
Jami Smith
Math and the Mind's Eye units are a great way to introduce and extend visual models to middle and high school classrooms. This versatile collection can be taught in sequence or used individually as needed to supplement any curriculum. The MME donation program provides up to 25 copies of selected units. Here are the recipients from 2013: Aitkin Public Schools Clovis Municipal School District Eagle...
Jami Smith
Each year The Math Learning Center donates Number Corner classroom kits to districts interested in introducing a supplemental skills development program. Here are the recipients from 2013: Apache Junction Unified School District Ben Hill County Schools
 EAGLE Charter School Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District Good Shepherd Lutheran Academy Holy Child Academy Homer Community Schools...
Jami Smith
The Math Learning Center is pleased to announce the Bridges University Program. “The purpose of this program is to provide the content of Bridges second edition to schools of education as a resource for math related courses,” explained Rick Ludeman MLC president. University instructors may request free access to the Bridges Educator site for themselves and their students. This "teacher portal"...
Jami Smith
Are you planning additional coursework to further your expertise in elementary math education? If so, then you should consider applying for the Elementary Math Specialist scholarship sponsored by MLC. Now in it's second year, this collaboration with the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators offers three $1,000 scholarships enabling recipients to enhance their mathematics knowledge, teaching...
Rick Ludeman, Chief Executive Officer
MLC collaborated with the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) to establish a scholarship fund for elementary math specialists. "There is a growing consensus regarding the importance of math specialist at the elementary level" said Rick Ludeman, MLC President. "We were inspired to create this scholarship fund by a column on the topic written by J. Michael Shaughnessy during his...
Math and the Mind’s Eye has helped shape the career of Suzanne Hossler , a middle school mathematics teacher for the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada. As Suzanne tells the story, “During my student teaching in 1989 I was privileged to watch a fourth grade classroom using MLC materials. I was so fascinated with the materials, how the students responded, and the depth of...
Rick Ludeman, Chief Executive Officer