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Don’t let “at home” in the name fool you. The Math Learning Center’s Math at Home website has evolved into a robust collection of tasks and games that can be used on the playground, in the supermarket, or just about anywhere else—including the classroom. Though originally designed for use by families forced inside by the pandemic, teachers can use the familiar routines to launch a lesson, provide...
Patrick Vennebush, Chief Learning Officer
Kim Markworth, Director of Content Development
Physical manipulatives are locked away in classrooms, so teachers, students, and families are turning to The Math Learning Center apps to support understanding of visual mathematics in a remote learning environment. Usage of these free virtual manipulatives and models has tripled over the last six weeks. On Friday, May 1, more than 500 educators attended an MLC webinar on how the apps can be used...
Learning List, a K-12 instructional materials evaluation service, recently released independent alignment reports and an editorial review of Number Corner second edition. Grades K-5 were found to address on average 95% of the Common Core State Standards. Correlations to the Texas state standards (TEKS) are also available from MLC and Learning List. "The objective third-party reviews offered by...
Jami Smith